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Ridge Security Recognized as a Sample Vendor in Gartner Hype Cycle
IT teams face considerable risk and repercussions when deciding on...
Ridge Security and IshanTech Host Technology Summit in Malaysia
Ridge Security, cutting-edge pen-testing solution provider and IshanTech, a Value-Added Distributor...
Things you should do to defend against wild hackers in 2022
According to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report, the...
ESET Research warns Malaysian bank customers about three malicious Android apps targeting their money
ESET researchers have analyzed three malicious Android applications targeting customers...
RidgeBot Brings Affordable Pen Tests to your Organization
Many organizations utilize security testing (a.k.a penetration testing) to validate...
Ridge Security and Splunk Partner to Accelerate Speed-of-Response with Integrated Security Solution
Ridge Security, cutting-edge pen-testing solution provider, has partnered with Splunk, a...

Awards & Achievements

Ridge IshanTech Partnership

Ridge Security today announced a distribution agreement with IshanTech, a Value-Added Distributor (VAD) headquartered and delivering cutting edge IT solutions in Malaysia. – Read More

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2016 – IshanTech (M) Sdn Bhd awarded as
Outstanding PPS Achievements – Commercial Category by HP

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2016 – IshanTech (M) Sdn Bhd awarded as
New Business Champion of 2016 from ESET Malaysia

Data Protection

2016 – IshanTech (M) Sdn Bhd recognized as
TOP 25 CYBER SECURITY Technologies Companies 2017 – Download

ESET Smart Security

Magazine – Security Guardians. “We, the team of IshanTech specifically address the need for solutions based on the latest cutting-edge technologies.” – Download

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  • ESET Research into new attacks by Lazarus – Week in security with Tony Anscombe September 30, 2022
    The attack involved the first recorded abuse of a security vulnerability in a Dell driver that was patched in May 2021 The post ESET Research into new attacks by Lazarus – Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
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  • Amazon‑themed campaigns of Lazarus in the Netherlands and Belgium September 30, 2022
    ESET researchers have discovered Lazarus attacks against targets in the Netherlands and Belgium that use spearphishing emails connected to fake job offers The post Amazon‑themed campaigns of Lazarus in the Netherlands and Belgium appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Peter Kálnai
  • Protecting teens from sextortion: What parents should know September 28, 2022
    Online predators increasingly trick or coerce youth into sharing explicit videos and photos of themselves before threatening to post the content online The post Protecting teens from sextortion: What parents should know appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Phil Muncaster
  • What happens with a hacked Instagram account – and how to recover it September 26, 2022
    Had your Instagram account stolen? Don’t panic – here’s how to get your account back and how to avoid getting hacked (again) The post What happens with a hacked Instagram account – and how to recover it appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Jake Moore
  • What to consider before disposing of personal data – Week in security with Tony Anscombe September 23, 2022
    A major financial services company has learned the hard way about the importance of proper disposal of customers' personal data The post What to consider before disposing of personal data – Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
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  • 5 tips to help children navigate the internet safely September 23, 2022
    The online world provides children with previously unimagined opportunities to learn and socialize, but it also opens them up to a range of hazards. How can you steer kids toward safe internet habits? The post 5 tips to help children navigate the internet safely appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    André Lameiras
  • Hey WeLiveSecurity, how does biometric authentication work? September 22, 2022
    Your eyes may be the window to your soul, but they can also be your airplane boarding pass or the key unlocking your phone. What’s the good and the bad of using biometric traits for authentication? The post Hey WeLiveSecurity, how does biometric authentication work? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    André Lameiras
  • Can your iPhone be hacked? What to know about iOS security September 19, 2022
    Here are some of the most common ways that an iPhone can be compromised with malware, how to tell it’s happened to you, and how to remove a hacker from your device The post Can your iPhone be hacked? What to know about iOS security appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    André Lameiras
  • Rising to the challenges of secure coding – Week in security with Tony Anscombe September 16, 2022
    The news seems awash this week with reports of both Microsoft and Apple scrambling to patch security flaws in their products The post Rising to the challenges of secure coding – Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
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  • Third‑party cookies: How they work and how to stop them from tracking you across the web September 15, 2022
    Cross-site tracking cookies have a bleak future but can still cause privacy woes to unwary users The post Third‑party cookies: How they work and how to stop them from tracking you across the web appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
    Rene Holt

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  • GSoC 2022 Project Summary: IntelOwl v4 Improvements September 26, 2022
    Student: Aditya Pratap Singh (devmrfitz) Mentor: Matteo Lodi, Simone Berni and Daniele Rosetti Organization: The Honeynet Project Project: Intel Owl Tag: Information Security Project Overview Intel Owl is […]
    Matteo Lodi
  • GSoC 2022 Project Summary: IntelOwl Go Client (go-intelowl) September 6, 2022
    Student: Hussain Khan (@fear-the-reaper) Mentor: Shubham Pandey and Eshaan Bansal Organization: The Honeynet Project Project: Intel Owl Tag: Information Security Project Overview Intel Owl is an […]
    Matteo Lodi
  • New project available: GreedyBear December 27, 2021
    This year has been a Christmas more tough than usual for a lot of people. The Covid pandemic is rising again all over the world, the […]
    Matteo Lodi
  • The Honeynet Project has a new CEO December 7, 2021
    The Honeynet Project has appointed Ali Ikinci as the new CEO.  We wish to thank Faiz Ahmad Shuja for leading the project over the past years, […]
    Roberto Tanara
  • Intel Owl: Release v3.0.0 September 13, 2021
    Intel Owl GitHub repository Intel Owl is an Open Source Intelligence, or OSINT solution to get threat intelligence data about a specific file or observable from […]
    Eshaan Bansal
  • GSOC 2021 PROJECT SUMMARY – PcapMonkey September 7, 2021
    Student: Hariom Chaturved (GitHub) Organization: The Honeynet Project Project: PcapMonkey Improvements About PcapMonkey PcapMonkey is a Linux based Security tool that provides an easier way to analyze […]
    Federico Foschini
  • GSoC 2021 Project Summary: IntelOwl Improvements August 20, 2021
    Student: Sarthak Khattar (GitHub) Mentors: Matteo Lodi and Eshaan Bansal Organization: The Honeynet Project Project: IntelOwl Tag: Information Security Project Overview IntelOwl is an Open Source […]
    Matteo Lodi
  • GSoC 2021 Project Summary: IntelOwl Connectors Manager and Integrations August 20, 2021
    Student: Shubham Pandey (@sp35) Mentor: Eshaan Bansal and Matteo Lodi Organization: The Honeynet Project Project: Intel Owl Tag: Information Security Project Overview Intel Owl is an […]
    Matteo Lodi
  • GSoC 2020 Project Summary: SNARE/TANNER November 13, 2020
    This year I got selected for Google Summer of Code 2020 under The Honeynet Project and worked on the SNARE/TANNER. GSoC 2020 was very special for […]
    Mehtab Zafar
  • GSOC 2020 PROJECT SUMMARY: HosTaGe September 29, 2020
    HosTaGe: a mobile honeypot Why I choose this project I am passionate about Network Security, Cybersecurity, and programming, and I wanted to get involved with a […]
    Irini Lygerou