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5 Top Tips For Outsourced Security
Infographics  |  9/22/2014  | 
It's one thing to hire a third-party developer to build a mobile app. It's quite another to trust a pen tester, MSSP, or DDoS protection firm. But the fact is, the threat landscape is complex, and few organizations can keep security completely in house. Here's how to decide what to outsource and select and manage providers.
Mobile, Cloud, Partners: Where’s The Weak Link?
Infographics  |  9/9/2014  | 
Your perimeter now incorporates mobile devices, cloud services, and partner networks, so it should be clear that the “moat” method no longer cuts it.
Get Smart About Threat Intelligence
Infographics  |  8/13/2014  | 
Is threat intel the best way to improve defenses and stay ahead of new and complex attacks? Nearly 400 respondents to Dark Reading’s new Threat Intelligence Survey seem to think so.
DevOps’ Role In Application Security
Infographics  |  5/23/2014  | 
It may seem counterintuitive that DevOps can boost security.
Containing Corporate Data on Mobile Devices
Infographics  |  12/9/2013  | 
Employees want to work on personal smartphones and tablets. Can container technology protect sensitive data while they do so -- without being so kludgy that users bypass it?


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CVE-2014-7178
Published: 2014-11-28
Enalean Tuleap before 7.5.99.6 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via the User-Agent header, which is provided to the passthru PHP function.

CVE-2014-7850
Published: 2014-11-28
Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the Web UI in FreeIPA 4.x before 4.1.2 allows remote attackers to inject arbitrary web script or HTML via vectors related to breadcrumb navigation.

CVE-2014-8423
Published: 2014-11-28
Unspecified vulnerability in the management portal in ARRIS VAP2500 before FW08.41 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via unknown vectors.

CVE-2014-8424
Published: 2014-11-28
ARRIS VAP2500 before FW08.41 does not properly validate passwords, which allows remote attackers to bypass authentication.

CVE-2014-8425
Published: 2014-11-28
The management portal in ARRIS VAP2500 before FW08.41 allows remote attackers to obtain credentials by reading the configuration files.

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