Microsoft reported around 250,000 victims, after hackers bypassed authentication measures via zero-day exploits.
In this demo, we’ll exploit a vulnerability that was found in a program running in z/OS. This kind of program could be running on your system right now.
Any organization that relies on mainframes to secure their most sensitive data needs to scan those mainframes for vulnerabilities using scanning software.
Zero-day vulnerabilities present serious risk to the entire IT environment. In this blog, we’ll talk about how organizations can guard against those risks.
Here at KRI, we’re focused on helping businesses take control of their mainframe security. A large part of that means developing and improving our vulnerability detection technology. It’s also important [...]
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Like any other system, mainframes are subject to ransomware attacks, cybersecurity threats, and code-based vulnerabilities that leave them open to serious exposures, but many CIOs, CISOs and security professionals aren’t aware of these risks.