Episode 1245 – Many Organizations Exposing Unnecessary Ports And Protocols, Learn To Scan Yourself

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A recent study by a firm called ExtraHop revealed that over 60% of IT environments analyzed has SSH ports exposed. Additional research shows that many less than secure ports and protocols are left open, allowing more vectors for attackers to probe. This episode breaks down what those were and how you can get a handle on these in your environment.

Be aware, be safe.

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