Web Gateways: 5 Big Security Challenges

Web Gateways: 5 Big Security ChallengesOverreliance on Web gateways is putting data, users, customers, organizations, and reputation in harm’s way. Once upon a time, organizations primarily used Web gateways to prevent employees from wasting time surfing the Web — or worse, from visiting gambling, adult, and other unauthorized websites.
A few decades later, Web gateways do much more than enforce regulatory compliance and HR policies. Organizations rely on them to thwart Internet-borne threats in three ways:
Advanced URL filtering, which uses categorization, reputation analysis, and/or blacklists to control access to categories of malicious or suspicious websites.
Anti-malware protection, which uses various capabilities (such as antivirus, sandboxing, advanced threat protection, content inspection, etc.), to guard against infections caused by various kinds of malware (including rootkits, worms, Trojans, viruses, ransomware, spyware, adware, etc.).
Application control capabilities, which manage and limit what users are allowed to do in specific applications. 
However, although Web gateways have been around for decades and continue to evolve, they aren’t bulletproof, and overreliance on them is putting data, users, customers, organizations, and reputation in harm’s way. Here are five of the biggest Web gatway security challenges:
1. Filtering out malicious sitesAlthough URL categorization sounds appealing, this approach is actually very limited. To categorize malicious sites with 100% accuracy, Web gateways need to know how to identify even the most advanced threats. Unfortunately, the attackers’ rate of innovation combined with frequent zero-day exploits are leaving Web gateways behind the curve.
To make things worse, it’s also hard to keep up when 571 new websites are created every second, which generates a high volume of domains and increases the chance that some will be missed by security controls. It’s difficult for filters to detect the malicious URLs that attackers use for three reasons: URLs may be triggered only by the target organization and remain stealthy during categorization, they’re short lived (less than 24 hours), and they use dynamic domains that are harder to thwart than static ones.
2. Protecting against uncategorized websites without compromising productivityEmployees need access to information to be productive. However, many organizations block access to uncategorized sites because of security concerns, and in the process they reduce end user productivity. Not only does this practice hinder end users, but security teams are forced to deal with an onslaught of support tickets for users who legitimately need to access information. As a result, security teams find themselves maintaining a growing number of policies and rules. This is a major Web security problem because 1% to 10% of URLs can’t be classified because of a lack of information.

3. Fighting infections from websites considered safeThe belief that infections occur only through websites that are categorized as suspicious or malicious is false. Websense estimates that 85% of infections occur through websites considered legitimate and safe. It’s becoming increasingly common for so-called safe websites to knowingly serve malicious content.
A good example is “malvertizing,” which injects malicious ads into legitimate online advertising networks later served by publishers that don’t know that ads are malicious. These malicious ads may not even require any user interaction to infect unsuspecting victims. A recent example is the large-scale malvertising attacks that occurred in June and July this year against several Yahoo properties. To circumvent ad blockers’ ability to separate banner and display ads, some publishers are integrating ads into their general content. Others, including GQ publisher Condé Nast, insist that users disable their ad blockers in order to access content. 
Then there’s the fact that many seemingly safe websites use common content management systems that are vulnerable to zero-day exploits and can therefore be compromised by attackers to serve malicious content. In July, thousands of websites running WordPress and Joomla — which account for about 60% of all website traffic — served ransomware to all their visitors. And you may remember that back in early 2015, Forbes.com was breached by Chinese hackers who served malicious code via its “Thought of the Day” Flash widget.
4.    Identifying malicious files and keeping them outAlthough some Web gateways integrate antivirus engines and other file-scanning services, antivirus scanners detect only 20% to 30% of malware.
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Leveraging sandboxes to detect malware requires time to run and analyze files. To avoid affecting user experience, Web gateways often pass files to users while sandboxes complete their analysis in the background — which essentially means users are exposed to attacks. Moreover, with the proliferation of sandbox evasion techniques and as malware is often target-specific, sandboxes are proving to be less effective.
5.    Neutralizing malware on infected machinesWeb gateways only analyze network traffic, not what users are actually doing. As such, gateways have a hard time differentiating between legitimate and malicious traffic, and detecting and neutralizing malware on infected machines. In fact, some advanced threats can be active for weeks or even months without being detected.
Indeed, recent research has found that 80% of Web gateways failed to block malicious outbound traffic. Remote access Trojans are another example of how Web gateways can’t detect and stop malicious traffic.
Looking Beyond Web GatewaysWeb gateways provide valuable functions inside security architectures and deliver basic security against threats arising from Internet browsing. But although they’ve improved considerably over the years, Web gateways are far from perfect. Their detection-based approach is failing, and as a result users are frustrated by draconian IT policies that block access to important websites. In the foreseeable future, Internet-borne threats will continue to evolve, and the industry must meet the challenge with new Web security defenses that help gateways do the job they were designed to do.
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100 percent of holiday retailers vulnerable to cyber security issues

With more of us than ever doing our shopping online over the holiday period we want to feel that we can do so safely.
But a new report from security ratings company SecurityScorecard exposes cyber security vulnerabilities across 48 of the biggest US retailers.
The company studied the 48 largest retailers as indicated by the National Retail Federation. It finds that more than 50 percent may have failed to meet the Payment Card Industry’s Security Standards (PCISS). It also uncovered issues including malware infections, use of end-of-life products, weak network security and low security awareness among employees.
Overall 100 percent of the biggest holiday retailers were found to have multiple issues with domain security, which increases the risk of hackers impersonating a retailer’s site and falsifying a checkout form to obtain a user’s credit card information. Over 90 percent have an SPF Record missing, which increases the risk of an email spoofing attack reaching consumers, and nearly 80 percent may not be using intrusion detection or prevention systems to monitor all traffic within the cardholder data environment.
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Other findings are that in October 2016, 83 percent had unpatched vulnerabilities and 62percent of were using end-of-life products in the last month, which makes them more susceptible to a number of attacks or exploits. Also 43 percent of major retailers were infected with malware between April and June 2016.

“In my previous role as a Chief Information Security Officer with a large retailer, this time of year is always tough for security professionals. With more consumers, more transactional data, and more credit cards to steal, the holiday shopping season is an ideal time for a hacker to attack,” says Sam Kassoumeh, Co-Founder and COO of SecurityScorecard. “Our analysis indicates the even the most secure retailers could be susceptible to a breach. Additionally, previously installed and dormant malware could be activated during this time of year to capitalize on a larger score. If a hacker decides to take action while organizations scramble to keep up with an uptick in sales activity, attacks are more likely to be successful”.
You see more details of the findings in the full report which is available from the SecurityScorecard website.
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‘Rich irony as Facebook blocks extension to highlight fake news

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Well, now, this is meta, said the creator of a fake-news labeling extension that Tech Crunch incorrectly identified as a new Facebook extension…
…and which Facebook promptly blocked.
“Yes, the irony is rich,” Tech Crunch’s Taylor Hatmaker said in an update.
Looks like I’m gonna have to add @TechCrunch to the B.S. Detector, cuz uh… no. That’s my extension. https://t.co/EgTqqjPDbn
— daniel sieradski (@selfagency) December 2, 2016
The extension is called BS Detector.
Its creator is Daniel Sieradski, an activist and independent journalist who threw it together in an hour as a proof of concept using dummy data, he said.
Sieradski’s stirred outrage by not vetting the news sources his extension was labelling as either fake news, satire, extreme political bias, conspiracy theory, rumor mill, news from outlets in repressive states, junk science or hate group.
BS Detector was designed to work with Twitter and Facebook, but users reported that it was breaking some sites and slowing down Facebook. As of Monday night, the developer had disabled functionality on all sites except Facebook, according to the Chrome Web Store listing.
Presumably, that note went up before Facebook blocked BS Detector, leaving it working nowhere.
It had been downloaded 27,558 times as of Monday night.
The reviews ranged from contemptuous:
Laura Isabella Noelle Modified 3 days ago
Snowflakes can’t be bothered to critically think for themselves so they need a nanny to keep them safe from “fake news” and “satire”. BS attempts to act as nanny, but who will mind the nanny? Install only if you need handholding and safe spaces to function in the adult world.
…to those from people who see value in such an extension but want more clarity into how a news source’s veracity or lack thereof is determined:
Mindy Tauberg Modified 1 day ago
I’m not having the performance issues earlier raters seem to have had. I tried browsing a variety of liberal and conservative news sites and it seemed generally to accurately identify the more biased sites, though I would probably add some to the list of flagged sites if it were me. I wish it were more clear how it’s determined which sites are reliable and which are not.
Here’s what Sieradski had to say on that subject in an interview with Motherboard’s Vice:
The list of domains has been compiled from various sources around the web. Right now, I and the community of open source contributors to this project are working through the list, classifying sites, removing sites that don’t belong and adding ones that do. Of course, while the process is open, this isn’t the best methodology and so at this time I am reaching out to media watchdog groups that have more concrete methodologies and research to back up their classifications in hopes that we can partner.
When asked if it was, in fact, blocking BS Detector, Facebook on Friday told the BBC that it was looking into the matter.
Sieradski isn’t the first to throw together a fake-news labelling extension in the wake of the furor that’s erupted  in the wake of the US election, with pressure mounting on companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter to do more to fight fake news.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has stressed that this is complex stuff, technically and philosophically. Facebook doesn’t want to suppress people’s voices, so that means it errs on the side of letting people share what they want whenever possible. The more people share, the more the ad revenue flows, and it doesn’t matter to ad revenue what people share, be it divine inspiration or drivel.
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But over at Princeton University, four college students recently showed the same thing that Sieradski has with BS Detector: that as far as the technical part of the equation goes, these extensions can be thrown together in a jiffy.
Ditto for what came out of a recent hackathon in London that was hosted by the Trust Project – an organization set up to re-establish trust in mainstream media – in partnership with the BBC.
These were the ideas and developments that came out of the event’s hacking teams, according to the BBC:
Mirror Group developed a tool that identifies whether an organization sticks to the Trust Project guidelines as well as information about the author of a news story.
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La Stampa developed a tool that identifies the level of trust that the author enjoys by looking at how many similar stories they have written.

WashingtonPost/BuzzFeed developed a tool that scans articles to find links and sources and makes this information visible to readers.
BBC News Labs came up with a way to make the information that journalists collect as they are researching a story visible to readers.
The Guardian: A tool designed to get people out of their filter bubbles, by offering articles that give an opposing view alongside the articles users choose to read.
But just because developers can throw these extensions together in a flash doesn’t mean the extensions are going to get it right. As it is, hackles are going up with what some say is the unfounded labelling of sites:
Perhaps @craigtimberg can let us know when will see this secret report that smeared left sites like @truthout/@Truthdig as Russian fake news
— Adam H. Johnson (@adamjohnsonNYC) November 26, 2016
You have to wonder: with all these plugins plugging in, how long will it be before the sources of fake news come up with their own fake news plugin?
This could blossom into a war similar to that of the adblockers vs. the adblocker blockers. At this rate, we’re going to need a plugin to block the fake fake news plugins.
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Security vulnerabilities and the cloud redefining software asset management

Latest Software Pricing and Licencing survey from Flexera Software reveals only 29 per cent of enterprises monitor their systems for unauthorised or unlicensed software for security
Maidenhead, UK – Dec. 6, 2016When software is the lifeblood of every enterprise, CIOs must understand whether they are buying too much software, legally using the applications they have, and adequately securing them from exploit by malicious hackers. While Software Asset Management
(SAM) solutions are being widely adopted by enterprises to help, according to a new survey report
published by Flexera Software
, security risks and massive enterprise shifts to the cloud are transforming the definition of SAM and by extension, how SAM solutions must evolve to stay relevant.
“The definition of enterprise software has changed drastically – from an IT asset running on a local physical device – to an asset that is exposed to the risks inherent in the Internet, and is often virtualised or running remotely from a cloud, leveraging cloud infrastructures that carry their own costs and risks,” said R “Ray” Wang, Principal Analyst and Founder at Constellation Research
. “The old definitions of SAM are too limited and must expand to allow businesses to manage costs and risk in this new IT framework.”
The report reveals that enterprises are now largely running a mix of on-premises, virtualised and cloud based applications rendering obsolete, last-generation SAM technology incapable of managing cost and risk across complex desktop, datacenter and cloud environments. Specific survey findings from the report include:
Windows – Here Today
: Almost three quarters (73 percent) of enterprises say the vast majority of their desktop apps (80 percent or more) run on Microsoft Windows.
Gone Tomorrow?
That number will decline to 64 percent within the next two years.
A Virtual Reality
: 39 percent of organisations say a quarter or more of their apps have been virtualised.
Just Say SaaS
: 20 percent of organisations report that more than a quarter of their apps are SaaS-based.
Partly to Mostly Cloudy
:
47 percent of enterprises say they are running some of their apps in a public cloud.
84 percent report running some of their apps within private clouds.
Insecure Majority
: Only 29 percent of organisations continually monitor their systems to find unlicensed and unauthorised software for security purposes.
“In the old days SAM solutions specialised in optimising spend of desktop applications, but today software can run anywhere such as in the datacenter, on intelligent devices or on hybrid clouds. In addition, applications add to corporate risk such as when software vulnerabilities are exploited by hackers. This forces a rethinking of what Software Asset Management should encompass,” said Tom Canning, Flexera Software’s Vice President of Enterprise Solutions and Strategy. “SAM tools must evolve to provide automation to minimise enterprise cost and risk regardless of the environments in which software runs. SAM providers that have not kept up will be left behind and many are not keeping up.”
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威胁总是在不断进化的,与其禁止或回避可能的安全问题,倒不如去主动面对安全风险,提前做好应对风险的准备工作。
The 2016 Key trends in Software Pricing and Licensing survey was conducted by Flexera Software. This annual research project looks at software licensing, pricing and enforcement trends and best practices. The survey reaches out to executives at application producers (software vendors and intelligent device manufacturers) and enterprises who use and manage software and devices. Now in its tenth year, the survey is made available to the industry at large each year.
In total, 489 respondents participated in the survey, including 221 respondents to our enterprise survey and 268 respondents to our application producer survey. 33% of the enterprise respondents were from larger enterprises of $1 billion or more in revenues, and 18% were from companies with $3 billion in revenues or more. Among other places, 56% of respondents were from the United States, and the remainder from 37 countries across all continents.
About Flexera Software
Flexera Software helps application producers and enterprises increase application usage and the value they derive from their software. Our software licensing, compliance and installation solutions are essential to ensure continuous licensing compliance, optimized software investments and to future-proof businesses against the risks and costs of constantly changing technology. Over 80,000 customers turn to Flexera Software as a trusted and neutral source for the knowledge and expertise we have gained as the marketplace leader in licensing, installation and compliance for over 20 years and for the automation and intelligence designed into our products. For more information, please go to: www.flexerasoftware.com
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A system administrator has been sentenced to two years in prison and fined $26,000 (£21,000) after crashing his former employer’s network so seriously the company was unable to operate for a week.
系统管理员已被判处两年监禁和罚0美元(0)崩溃后他的前雇主的网络如此严重的公司无法运行一周。
According to the charge sheet, within days of being fired by Harrisburg internet service provider Pa Online in June 2010, Dariusz J Prugar (now 32) used privileged credentials to access the network in order to retrieve software he believed he had written.
根据指控,在哈里斯堡的互联网服务提供商PA在六月发射的日子里riusz J Prugar(现)使用特权凭据来访问网络以检索软件,他相信他所写的。
To maintain covert access, he also planted backdoors and attempted to hide his tracks using scripts that deleted log files.
保持秘密访问,他还种植后门程序,试图隐藏他的轨道使用删除日志文件的脚本。
Unfortunately, doing this caused the company’s systems to crash, leaving several thousand of its residential and business customers without internet or email access.
不幸的是,这样做造成了该公司的系统崩溃,留下了几千个它的住宅和商业客户没有互联网或电子邮件访问。
When the company phoned him up for help, Prugar tried to negotiate his rights to the software in return for co-operation. By now suspicious, the company called in the FBI to investigate, at which point his activity was uncovered.
当公司打电话给他寻求帮助,Prugar试图通过谈判以换取合作,他对软件的权利。到现在,该公司呼吁在联邦调查局进行调查,在这一点上,他的活动被发现。
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It’s still not clear how much damage Prugar meant to cause but the end result was a week’s downtime spent rebuilding the network from scratch to avoid future compromise and a lot of unhappy customers. The case took years to come to court and the ISP is no longer in business.

现在还不清楚多少伤害prugar为了事业而最终的结果是一个星期的时间花在从零开始重建网络来避免未来的妥协和很多不满意的客户。如此多年来法庭和ISP不再经营。
It’s the sort of incident that will send a chill through IT departments. Incidents where lone admins turn on employers often feature the same patterns.
这是事件的排序,将通过IT部门发凉。 事件的地方孤独的管理员打开雇主往往采用相同的模式。
The unsurprising one is that the they turn on employers in the days after being fired. An obvious point perhaps but companies seem unaware that this period represents peak danger.
令人吃惊的是,他们将在几天之后被解雇,雇主。也许是一个明显的点,但公司似乎不知道,这一时期代表的峰值危险。
The second is that they are typically individuals who have been afforded too much power in the first place, or were able to acquire it without anyone noticing.
第二个是,他们是典型的个人,在一开始就获得了太多的权力,或者是能够获得它没有任何人注意。
These days, the industry standard is to operate some kind of privilege management layer that allows admin access to important systems in a temporary, logged way. Privileged access should never be invisible.
这些天,行业标准是操作某种特权管理层,允许管理员访问重要的系统在一个临时的,记录的方式。特权访问不应该是看不见的。
This should ideally be backed up by an authentication system (such as a hardware or software token), which is easier to track and revoke. Remote access through a management port secured with a password alone is asking for trouble.
最好是由一个认证系统(如硬件或软件令牌),这是更容易跟踪和撤销。通过仅使用密码保护的管理端口的远程访问是要麻烦的。
Tales of the admin running amok seem to be getting less common, or at least less publicised.
在行政横行似乎变得不太常见的故事,或者至少不公开。
当内部网络与互联网、外联单位网络等连接时,公司应该对跨网络流量、网络用户行为等进行记录和定期审计,同时确保审计记录不被删除、修改或覆盖。

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