Top 12 Tenable Blogs for 2016

By Eileen Bator

As the year draws to a close, we’d like to share our most popular blogs from 2016. From UPnP detection to Mr. Robot exploits, our readers were most interested in the technical details of cybersecurity issues. But there’s something for everyone in our top 12 blogs of 2016:

    1. Hunting for Web Shells – Jacob Baines 12/20/16
    2. Do You Know Where Your UPnP Is? – Jacob Baines 10/20/16
    3. Expanding on a Known Vulnerability: Attacking with Jython – Jacob Baines 9/7/16
    4. Threat Hunting with YARA and Nessus – Jacob Baines 7/20/16
    5. Tenable Automates NIST Cybersecurity Framework Technical Controls – Ted Gary 3/1/16
    6. Mr. Robot vs. the Android – Andrew Freeborn 8/31/16
    7. New in Nessus 6.6 – Diane Garey 4/11/16
    8. Detecting Mr. Robot Malware – Cody Dumont 8/10/16
    9. Auditing Microsoft Azure with Nessus v6.5 – Mehul Revankar 1/26/16
    10. What is No-ware? – Ron Gula 1/19/16
    11. New Scan Policies, Plugins and Dashboard for CVE-2016-0800: DROWN – Kelly Prevett 3/7/16
    12. NIST Cybersecurity Framework Adoption on the Rise – Nicole Cieslak 3/29/16
    Cloud blogs
    Nessus blogs
    Mr. Robot blogs

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