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Most Commented Content posted in May 2016
Closing the Gender Gap in Cybersecurity: 3 Critical Steps
Commentary  |  5/20/2016  | 
Women in security need to step up as industry role models and set the example for future generations. Heres how.
10 Years Of Human Hacking: How The USB Way Evolved
Commentary  |  5/10/2016  | 
After a decade of clicking without consequence, users still havent gotten the message about the dangers of rogue USB devices with malware hidden inside.
Its A Dogs Life: Caption Contest Winners Announced
Commentary  |  5/3/2016  | 
Packet sniffing, drones and cat memes. And the winning caption is.
Connected Cars: Strategies For Reducing The Ever-Expanding Risk
Commentary  |  5/6/2016  | 
The best way automakers can keep customers safe and mitigate threats to their own enterprise is to first hack themselves.
PCI DSS 3.2: Making the Move to MFA
Commentary  |  5/9/2016  | 
PCI DSS has always required that any untrusted, remote access into the cardholder data environment use multi-factor authentication. Now version 3.2 takes it one step further.
Why Online Video Gaming Will Be The Next Industry Under Cyber Attack
Commentary  |  5/13/2016  | 
As more money flows into games, criminals are targeting this new and lucrative market with the tools and techniques they once used to hack online banks and Internet retailers.
Ultimate Guide To DDoS Protection: Strategies And Best Practices
Commentary  |  5/30/2016  | 
To be in the best position to defend against DDoS, companies need to protect against a range of exploitable vulnerabilities -- and have the tools to detect and react to attacks.
A Newer Variant Of RawPOS: An In-Depth Look
Commentary  |  5/25/2016  | 
There's no silver bullet for RawPOS prevention, but you can impede RawPOS's ability to execute successfully by understanding how it works.
Ultimate Guide To DDoS Protection: DDoS Is A Business Problem
Commentary  |  5/27/2016  | 
In the first of a two-part series, we examine the impact DDoS attacks have on business continuity and why it is so much more than a network security problem.
Why Security Investigators Should Care About Forensic Research
Commentary  |  5/19/2016  | 
Despite the promise of expanded visibility into the user trail behind a data breach, the security industry has largely ignored the meticulous advances of forensic researchers. Privacy is just one reason for the snub.
Security Innovation: Driven By Necessity, Fueled By Interaction
Partner Perspectives  |  5/11/2016  | 
If we want to get ahead of the bad guys, we need to come up with new ways of approaching the security problem and transform our security solutions from reactive to proactive and predictive.
Phishing Fraud BECkons: Will You Fall Victim?
Commentary  |  5/12/2016  | 
Why one company got caught in a Business Email Compromise (BEC) Attack -- and how yours can avoid the same fate.
Silicon & Artificial Intelligence: The Foundation of Next Gen Data Security
Commentary  |  5/5/2016  | 
Why new challenges like real-time, always-on authentication and access control can only be met by a combination of smart hardware and software.
Surviving Infosec: Keep Calm & Make Time For Yourself
Commentary  |  5/17/2016  | 
Nine simple but powerful ways to break out of those painful states of mind when you cant leave the office.
Looking Forward: A Skilled Security Talent Shortage Looms
Partner Perspectives  |  5/19/2016  | 
The skilled security workforce crisis will continue for the foreseeable future, even as expert systems are deployed.
What Europe Tells Us About The Future Of Data Privacy
Commentary  |  5/23/2016  | 
Recent initiatives offer new strategies for balancing technology, security, and organizational policy goals. Here are three approaches worth considering.
Poor Airport Security Practices Just Dont Fly
Commentary  |  5/24/2016  | 
Five lessons learned the hard way by the Tampa International Airport about bringing third parties into a security environment.
Women In Security: What Are You Missing?
Partner Perspectives  |  5/2/2016  | 
For security jobs, men outnumber women by a long shot. It's time to start thinking and recruiting differently.


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The Linux kernel before 5.11.14 has a use-after-free in cipso_v4_genopt in net/ipv4/cipso_ipv4.c because the CIPSO and CALIPSO refcounting for the DOI definitions is mishandled, aka CID-ad5d07f4a9cd. This leads to writing an arbitrary value.
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In the Linux kernel before 5.12.4, net/bluetooth/hci_event.c has a use-after-free when destroying an hci_chan, aka CID-5c4c8c954409. This leads to writing an arbitrary value.
CVE-2019-25044
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
The block subsystem in the Linux kernel before 5.2 has a use-after-free that can lead to arbitrary code execution in the kernel context and privilege escalation, aka CID-c3e2219216c9. This is related to blk_mq_free_rqs and blk_cleanup_queue.
CVE-2020-24119
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
A heap buffer overflow read was discovered in upx 4.0.0, because the check in p_lx_elf.cpp is not perfect.
CVE-2020-27833
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
A Zip Slip vulnerability was found in the oc binary in openshift-clients where an arbitrary file write is achieved by using a specially crafted raw container image (.tar file) which contains symbolic links. The vulnerability is limited to the command `oc image extract`. If a symbolic link is first c...