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Most Commented Content posted in July 2013
Can The NSA Really Track Turned-Off Cellphones?
Commentary  |  7/24/2013  | 
It depends on semantics, security experts say. What's clear is that surveillance is becoming much more sophisticated.
SMB Insider Threat: Don't Hire A Hacker
Commentary  |  7/17/2013  | 
Security advice to address the insider threat at a small to midsize business
NSA Surveillance: IT Pro Survey Says What?
Commentary  |  7/15/2013  | 
To understand the relationship between security and privacy, we should pay more attention to IT professionals and spend less time asking loaded questions.
How NSA Data Demands On Microsoft Shape Your Security
Commentary  |  7/24/2013  | 
Microsoft is legally prevented from saying too much about charges it collaborated with the NSA. Product security gets caught in this complex situation.
Hacking The Emergency Alerting System
Commentary  |  7/15/2013  | 
More EAS devices vulnerable now than when vendors were alerted in January
Past Performance And Future Results
Commentary  |  7/24/2013  | 
Folks forget that Cisco used to be very good at doing acquisitions, so is it premature to determine recent performance predisposes future results regarding Sourcefire?
SMB Insider Threat: Setting Behavior Boundaries
Commentary  |  7/25/2013  | 
Two major policies should be in place to guide and restrict user behavior
Overcome The Microsoft Mindset: Patch Faster
Commentary  |  7/11/2013  | 
Why can't vendors patch every critical bug like it was the Pwn2Own competition?


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PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
The administrative interface of Cohesive Networks vns3:vpn appliances before version 4.11.1 is vulnerable to authenticated remote code execution leading to server compromise.
CVE-2020-5615
PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in [Calendar01] free edition ver1.0.0 and [Calendar02] free edition ver1.0.0 allows remote attackers to hijack the authentication of administrators via unspecified vectors.
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PUBLISHED: 2020-08-04
[Calendar01], [Calendar02], [PKOBO-News01], [PKOBO-vote01], [Telop01], [Gallery01], [CalendarForm01], and [Link01] [Calendar01] free edition ver1.0.0, [Calendar02] free edition ver1.0.0, [PKOBO-News01] free edition ver1.0.3 and earlier, [PKOBO-vote01] free edition ver1.0.1 and earlier, [Telop01] fre...
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Privilege escalation vulnerability in SKYSEA Client View Ver.12.200.12n to 15.210.05f allows an attacker to obtain unauthorized privileges and modify/obtain sensitive information or perform unintended operations via unspecified vectors.