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AT&T Patches Server 0-Day

Back in 2018, Silent Breach experts discovered a vulnerability on the AT&T servers which allowed an attacker to remotely view and download sensitive files from one of their online web portals. Silent Breach can now report that this vulnerability has been closed.                  

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Silent Breach article in Silicon Luxembourg

Silent Breach's mission to protect millions of devices

Marc Castejon is the CEO and Founder of Silent Breach, a cybersecurity startup that specializes in network security and digital asset protection. With over 20 years of experience in the US retail market, Marc and his team have recently developed a software product to help retailers proactively protect their businesses. (Image Credit: Marc Castejon, CEO and Founder of Silent Breach / Image Credit ...

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Happy new year from us to you

8 cyber security resolutions for 2019

There is no doubt that 2018 has been a bad year for cyber security. With the massive Facebook breach resulting in the exposure of 50 million accounts, Quora's 100s of millions...

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Silent Breach provides cyber security training

Cyber and Information Security Management for Kosovo Banking Association

Silent Breach training expert Hristiyan Lazarov representing the Luxembourg House of Training in Pristina, Kosovo gave a lecture on "Cyber and Information Security Management" to the Kosovo Banking Association. This 3 day training session gave the assosiation an overview of the most common cyber security tactics used in the finance industry today, as well as an insight into trends in the security ...

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New vulnerability uncovered

Silent Breach finds vulnerability with Wikipedia.org

Silent Breach finds a vulnerability with the online Wikipedia web site and in its free open source MediaWiki platform:

This vulnerability allows an attacker to gather information on the target (Wikipedia.org) and more easily narrow down potential breaches in the modules used by this web site. This kind of vulnerability is commonly referred to as Information Exposure Through Sent Data ...

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Spread the word

Referral fee $1,500

For a limited amount of time, https://silentbreach.com/ is offering a $1500 referral fee for any penetration test mission or source code review mission that leads to a contract. Offer ends 2/28/17, 3 day contract minimum, spread the word!
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