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 Roselle Safran

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President, Rosint Labs
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Roselle Safran has over a decade of experience in cybersecurity and is a frequent speaker on cybersecurity topics for conferences, corporate events, webinars, and podcasts. She is President of Rosint Labs, a cybersecurity consultancy that provides operational and strategic direction to security teams, leaders, and startups. Previously she was the CEO and Co-founder of Uplevel Security and led the startup to become a venture-backed company with Fortune 1000 customers and numerous industry accolades. Prior Roselle managed cybersecurity operations at the Executive Office of the President during the Obama Administration and directed the 24×7 Security Operations Center that protected and defended the White House's network. Before that she managed security analysis teams at the Department of Homeland Security's US-CERT and spearheaded the development of two cyber threat intelligence platforms there. Roselle holds a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree from Princeton University.

Articles by Roselle Safran
How the US Chooses Which Zero-Day Vulnerabilities to Stockpile
Ricardo Arroyo, Senior Technical Product Manager, Watchguard Technologies,  1/16/2019
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CVE-2019-3906
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-18
Premisys Identicard version 3.1.190 contains hardcoded credentials in the WCF service on port 9003. An authenticated remote attacker can use these credentials to access the badge system database and modify its contents.
CVE-2019-3907
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-18
Premisys Identicard version 3.1.190 stores user credentials and other sensitive information with a known weak encryption method (MD5 hash of a salt and password).
CVE-2019-3908
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-18
Premisys Identicard version 3.1.190 stores backup files as encrypted zip files. The password to the zip is hard-coded and unchangeable. An attacker with access to these backups can decrypt them and obtain sensitive data.
CVE-2019-3909
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-18
Premisys Identicard version 3.1.190 database uses default credentials. Users are unable to change the credentials without vendor intervention.
CVE-2019-3910
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-18
Crestron AM-100 before firmware version 1.6.0.2 contains an authentication bypass in the web interface's return.cgi script. Unauthenticated remote users can use the bypass to access some administrator functionality such as configuring update sources and rebooting the device.