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Content tagged with Database Security posted in March 2013
Healthcare Security Improving But Still Needs Treatment
News  |  3/27/2013  | 
First quarter year-over-year data breach numbers declined in 2013, but data security black eyes still a symptom of healthcare's need for improved database security
Database Security Restart
Commentary  |  3/25/2013  | 
How to restart your database security program
Five Hurdles That Slow Database Security Adoption
News  |  3/20/2013  | 
A number of factors contribute to uneven adoption of database security technology in the enterprise -- most of them center around complexity
Database Security Operations
Commentary  |  3/14/2013  | 
Process -- not tools -- is important
Slide Show: 10 Password Database Fails
Slideshows  |  3/12/2013  | 
Evernote's most recent password breach is the same refrain from a song the industry has been singing for a while -- check out some of the worst password cache compromises
Ponemon Prognosis Shows State of Cloud Security Improvements
News  |  3/6/2013  | 
Incremental improvements in risk assessments and data protection in the cloud, but access control issues abound


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CVE-2019-8903
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-18
index.js in Total.js Platform before 3.2.3 allows path traversal.
CVE-2019-6453
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-18
mIRC before 7.55 allows remote command execution by using argument injection through custom URI protocol handlers. The attacker can specify an irc:// URI that loads an arbitrary .ini file from a UNC share pathname. Exploitation depends on browser-specific URI handling (Chrome is not exploitable).
CVE-2019-8372
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-18
The LHA.sys driver before 1.1.1811.2101 in LG Device Manager exposes functionality that allows low-privileged users to read and write arbitrary physical memory via specially crafted IOCTL requests and elevate system privileges. This occurs because the device object has an associated symbolic link an...
CVE-2019-8902
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-18
An issue was discovered in idreamsoft iCMS through 7.0.14. A CSRF vulnerability can delete users' articles via the public/api.php?app=user URI.
CVE-2019-8423
PUBLISHED: 2019-02-18
ZoneMinder through 1.32.3 has SQL Injection via the skins/classic/views/events.php filter[Query][terms][0][cnj] parameter.