One of the arguments made in favor of relying on ASIC mining hardware to secure the Bitcoin blockchain is that commodity hardware is more prone to a 51% attack as an attacker could easily infect millions of computers through malware attack and use the computer’s resources to execute a 51% attack on the network.
It’s very hard to.. hack into someone’s SHA256d ASICs
Are ASICs really resistant to malware attacks? If so, why?
I am trying to work on cutting down on the amount of spam, phishing and just malicious emails coming trough via AmazonSES burners.
Has anyone devised a method or certain IOCs to block on?
In reference to the Solarwinds attack, since many organisations have no access to the source codes of the software vendors from whom they just consume the services, how can organisations defend against supply chain attacks?
I think it is the same as a normal php page, but, exists a specific way in Magento2 to prevent directory traversals attacks when uploading a file?