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BBC reports on Glasswall’s findings that firms are vulnerable to targeted hack attacks because they do little to strip data from files on their websites.

BBC reports on Glasswall’s findings that firms are vulnerable to targeted hack attacks because they do little to strip data from files on their websites.

BBC reports on Glasswall’s findings that firms are vulnerable to targeted hack attacks because they do little to strip data from files on their websites.

Glasswall’s Lewis Henderson speaks to the BBC on how firms are leaving themselves exposed to sophisticated and targeted attacks by publishing documents on their websites that contain underlying data about the file, author and software that was used to create it. In some cases, he added, user names were annotated with internal user IDs and, in one case, he found a detailed guide to a remote login procedure for a law firm’s Far Eastern regional office.

 

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