Week in review: Active Directory security, Dnsmasq vulnerabilities, how to select a fraud detection solution

From helpnetsecurity.com

Here’s an overview of some of last week’s most interesting news and articles:

Dnsmasq vulnerabilities open networking devices, Linux distros to DNS cache poisoning
Seven vulnerabilities affecting Dnsmasq, a caching DNS and DHCP server used in a variety of networking devices and Linux distributions, could be leveraged to mount DNS cache poisoning attack and/or to compromise vulnerable devices.

Vulnerability management isn’t working for cloud security: Here’s how to do it right
Three things in life are seemingly guaranteed: death, taxes and high-profile cloud security breaches. But there is no reason why public cloud or hybrid cloud breaches must remain so stubbornly persistent.

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