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 Tim Rohrbaugh

Profile of Tim Rohrbaugh

VP Information Security, Intersections Inc.
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Tim Rohrbaugh is an information security practitioner who used military (comsec) experience to transition, in the mid 90ís, to supporting Government Information Assurance (IA) projects. While splitting time between penetration testing and teaching at DISA, Mr. Rohrbaugh developed the passion and approach for security design and management that he uses effectively today in the Chief Information Security Officer role at a public financial services company. Before joining his current company, almost 10 years ago, he was the CIO of a private consulting firm where he lead the Centers of Excellence, which included managed security services and furthered the goal of integrating information security into the development life cycle (novel idea at the time). Mr. Rohrbaugh currently serves on the board for the Online Trust Alliance where he provides strategic advice from technical and corporate governance prospective with the goal of strengthening the bonds of trust between consumers and concerned businesses. He lives in the Virginia countryside with his wife and children.
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CVE-2011-0460
Published: 2014-04-16
The init script in kbd, possibly 1.14.1 and earlier, allows local users to overwrite arbitrary files via a symlink attack on /dev/shm/defkeymap.map.

CVE-2011-0993
Published: 2014-04-16
SUSE Lifecycle Management Server before 1.1 uses world readable postgres credentials, which allows local users to obtain sensitive information via unspecified vectors.

CVE-2011-3180
Published: 2014-04-16
kiwi before 4.98.08, as used in SUSE Studio Onsite 1.2 before 1.2.1 and SUSE Studio Extension for System z 1.2 before 1.2.1, allows attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in the path of an overlay file, related to chown.

CVE-2011-4089
Published: 2014-04-16
The bzexe command in bzip2 1.0.5 and earlier generates compressed executables that do not properly handle temporary files during extraction, which allows local users to execute arbitrary code by precreating a temporary directory.

CVE-2011-4192
Published: 2014-04-16
kiwi before 4.85.1, as used in SUSE Studio Onsite 1.2 before 1.2.1 and SUSE Studio Extension for System z 1.2 before 1.2.1, allows attackers to execute arbitrary commands as demonstrated by "double quotes in kiwi_oemtitle of .profile."

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