Some product and momentum news today from Dialpad, the company (formerly known as Switch.co) that is attempting to change the way businesses …
You thought it was buried. You forgot. Someone didn’t document it. A ping sweep didn’t find it. It lay there, dead. No one found it. But there was a pulse:It’s still running, and it’s alive. And it’s probably unpatched.
Something probed it long ago. Found port 443 open. Jacked it like a Porsche 911 on on Sunset Boulevard on a rainy Saturday night. How did it get jacked? Let me count the ways.
Now it’s a zombie living inside your asset realm.
It doesn’t matter that it’s part of your power bill. It’s slowly eating your lunch.
It doesn’t matter that you can’t find it because it’s finding you.
It’s listening quietly to your traffic, looking for the easy, unencrypted stuff. It probably has a few decent passwords to your router core. That NAS share using MSChapV2? Yeah, that was easy to digest. Too bad the password is the same as the one for every NAS at every branch from the same vendor. Too bad the NAS devices don’t encrypt traffic.