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White House Details Zero-Day Bug Policy
Mathew J. Schwartz, News
NSA denies prior knowledge of the Heartbleed vulnerability, but the White House reserves the right to withhold zero-day exploit information is some cases involving security or law enforcement.
By Mathew J. Schwartz , 4/15/2014
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Heartbleed Will Go On Even After The Updates
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark ReadingNews
What's next now that the mindset is 'assume the worst has already occurred?'
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading, 4/10/2014
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Heartbleed: Making The Case For SDN
Lori MacVittie, Commentary
Software-defined networking technology could help protect against vulnerabilities like Heartbleed. It's time to develop a more mature SDN option.
By Lori MacVittie , 4/10/2014
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More Than A Half-Million Servers Exposed To Heartbleed Flaw
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark ReadingNews
What the newly exposed SSL/TLS threat really means for enterprises and end-users.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading, 4/9/2014
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Social Engineering Grows Up
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark ReadingNews
Fifth annual DEF CON Social Engineering Capture the Flag Contest kicks off today with new "tag team" rules to reflect realities of the threat.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading, 4/7/2014
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Nominum: 24 Million Home Routers Exposing ISPs to DDoS Attacks
Brian Prince, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Even Internet service providers that go to great lengths to protect their networks are vulnerable.
By Brian Prince Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 4/4/2014
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API-First: 3 Steps For Building Secure Cloud Apps
Ravi Ithal, Chief Architect, NetskopeCommentary
When it comes to protecting data traveling to and from the cloud, today's choices are daunting. Here are three steps for making the application programming interface your new best friend.
By Ravi Ithal Chief Architect, Netskope, 4/3/2014
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Bit Errors & the Internet of Things
Jaeson Schultz, Threat Research Engineer, Cisco TRAC TeamCommentary
Internet traffic, misdirected to malicious bitsquatted domains, has plagued computer security for years. The consequences will be even worse for the IoT.
By Jaeson Schultz Threat Research Engineer, Cisco TRAC Team, 3/31/2014
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'Thingularity' Triggers Security Warnings
Mathew J. Schwartz, News
The Internet of Things is creating 50 billion Internet-connected devices. Who is going to keep them updated and secure?
By Mathew J. Schwartz , 3/28/2014
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Flying Naked: Why Most Web Apps Leave You Defenseless
Jeff Williams, CTO, Contrast SecurityCommentary
Even the best-funded and "mature" corporate AppSec programs aren't testing all their web applications and services. That leaves many applications with no real security in place.
By Jeff Williams CTO, Contrast Security, 3/28/2014
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A Cyber History Of The Ukraine Conflict
John Bumgarner, Chief Technology Officer for the U.S. Cyber Consequences UnitCommentary
The CTO for the US Cyber Consequences Unit offers a brief lesson in Russian geopolitics and related cyber flare-ups, and explains why we should be concerned.
By John Bumgarner Chief Technology Officer for the U.S. Cyber Consequences Unit, 3/27/2014
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Facebook Builds Its Own Threat Modeling System
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark ReadingQuick Hits
The tool helps the social network gather, store, analyze, and react to the latest threats against it.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading, 3/26/2014
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CVE-2008-3277
Published: 2014-04-15
Untrusted search path vulnerability in a certain Red Hat build script for the ibmssh executable in ibutils packages before ibutils-1.5.7-2.el6 in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 and ibutils-1.2-11.2.el5 in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 allows local users to gain privileges via a Trojan Horse p...

CVE-2010-2236
Published: 2014-04-15
The monitoring probe display in spacewalk-java before 2.1.148-1 and Red Hat Network (RHN) Satellite 4.0.0 through 4.2.0 and 5.1.0 through 5.3.0, and Proxy 5.3.0, allows remote authenticated users with permissions to administer monitoring probes to execute arbitrary code via unspecified vectors, rela...

CVE-2011-3628
Published: 2014-04-15
Untrusted search path vulnerability in pam_motd (aka the MOTD module) in libpam-modules before 1.1.3-2ubuntu2.1 on Ubuntu 11.10, before 1.1.2-2ubuntu8.4 on Ubuntu 11.04, before 1.1.1-4ubuntu2.4 on Ubuntu 10.10, before 1.1.1-2ubuntu5.4 on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, and before 0.99.7.1-5ubuntu6.5 on Ubuntu 8.0...

CVE-2012-0214
Published: 2014-04-15
The pkgAcqMetaClearSig::Failed method in apt-pkg/acquire-item.cc in Advanced Package Tool (APT) 0.8.11 through 0.8.15.10 and 0.8.16 before 0.8.16~exp13, when updating from repositories that use InRelease files, allows man-in-the-middle attackers to install arbitrary packages by preventing a user fro...

CVE-2013-4768
Published: 2014-04-15
The web services APIs in Eucalyptus 2.0 through 3.4.1 allow remote attackers to cause a denial of service via vectors related to the "network connection clean up code" and (1) Cloud Controller (CLC), (2) Walrus, (3) Storage Controller (SC), and (4) VMware Broker (VB).

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