I’m excited to announce new updates & enhancements regarding the vFeed Vulnerability Intelligence Service. 2 major new addition for this release are the support of 5000+ exploits (mainly from Github) and the alignment with ATT&CK v7.2. We will continue focusing on adding and enhancing the quality of data to bring our customers the best vulnerability intelligence feed.
This paper was based on the report from Ponemon Institute “Costs and Consequences of Gaps in Vulnerability Response”. vFeed, Inc outlined the most significant outcomes and mapped them with the data features provided by our vulnerability intelligence solution. And it was astonishing to see how our datasets are completely aligned with the conclusion and with […]
The CISA agency has released 12th May 2020 a nice article regarding 10 vulnerabilities that has been the most exploited from 2016 to 2019. Here is the original article. In the following post, we will show you how effective and straight-to-point vFeed indicators can be when it comes to tackle immediately with all facets of […]
There is no shortage of potential threats to your digital security. In fact, the number and diversity of attacks, vulnerabilities, and exploits are growing at an increasing pace. From operating systems to client programs to firmware for our network devices – nothing remains untouched for long. Luckily, the digital security field consists of an active […]
Almost for as long as computers have been around, there have been vulnerabilities and individuals willing to exploit them for their gain, and your detriment. These vulnerabilities aren’t decreasing, but actually increasing as the complexity and diversity of our technologies and software systems expand over time. In many cases, these vulnerabilities are picked up by […]
Security company ClearSky has released few days ago a very detailed report about Iranian hackers Group that have targeted large companies from the IT, Telecommunication, Oil and Gas, Aviation, Government, and Security sectors around the world in order to plant backdoors. In this post, we will show you how our vFeed indicators could have been […]
Every day, new common vulnerabilities and exploits are publicly exposed. While this brings these flaws to the public’s attention and allows users to patch them, it also alerts potential attackers to their existence. Once a CVE is known, you should immediately take whatever steps you can to reduce the threat to you. In most cases, […]
The number of vulnerabilities continues to increase so much that the technical teams in charge of the patch management find themselves drowning in a myriad of critical and urgent tasks. Therefore we have taken the time to review the profile of the most critical vulnerabilities & issues that impacted year 2019. After this frenzy during […]
We are happy to announce that, due to our astounding growth over the last year, we are heading to RSA Conference 2020. While you’re at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, visit vFeed’s booth No. 1 at the RSA Conference (Early Stage Expo Floor) during Expo hours. The team will be there performing demos and making sure to […]
In a recent academic paper “A survey on vulnerability assessment tools and databases for cloud-based web applications” released in ScienceDirect by 4 reseachers and associate Professors at the Computer Science Department, University of Crete and collaborating researcher at the Institute of Computer Science (ICS), Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH).