Hacking back – is it the right move?
Today, the New Yorker published an article on hacking back. Many clients ask us about hacking back and we regularly tell them it’s a bad idea. When we press them for what the goal of the hacking back is, they can’t articulate what value it is likely to provide (other than making them feel good). […]
DrupalGeddon 2.1 and the state of vulnerability management
If you’re running Drupal 7.x, 8.4.x, or 8.5.x, a new patch was released Wednesday. The patch was rated Critical with a score of 20/25. The Drupal team notified users two days before the patch was released so they could be ready to patch. The patch went live in the middle of the US workday, meaning […]