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Rapid7 Blog

Tom Sellers  

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Apache Struts Vulnerability (CVE-2017-5638) Exploit Traffic

UPDATE - March 10th, 2017: Rapid7 added a check that works in conjunction with Nexpose's web spider functionality. This check will be performed against any URIs discovered with the suffix “.action” (the default configuration for Apache Struts apps). To learn more about using…

Conflicting perspectives on the TLS 1.3 Draft

In the security industry, as in much of life, a problem we often face is that of balance. We are challenged with finding the balance between an organization's operational needs and the level of security that can be implemented. In many situations an acceptable, if…

Using CIS Controls To Stop Your Network From Falling in With the Wrong Crowd

Earlier this month Kyle Flaherty wrote a post on the Rapid7 Community Blog about how Rapid7 came out on top for coverage of the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Top 20 Security Controls. In light of recent DDoS events I'd like to take a little…

Project Sonar Study of LDAP on the Internet

The topic of today's post is a Rapid7 Project Sonar study of publicly accessible LDAP services on the Internet. This research effort was started in July of this year and various portions of it continue today.  In light of the Shadowserver Foundations's recent announcement regarding…