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Content tagged with Cloud posted in October 2010
CIA Invests In Cloud, Web Analytics Startups
News  |  10/28/2010  | 
In-Q-Tel, a Central Intelligence Agency-based non-profit, will work with Cleversafe and Silver Tail Systems to adapt the companies' technologies for intelligence work.
What Business Data Should Be In The Cloud?
Commentary  |  10/25/2010  | 
In our last entry we discussed different ways that you can move data into the cloud, something I call onramps. In theory the ability now exists to put all your data types on a cloud storage platform, but is that the right choice for your business? How do you determine which data you should put in the cloud?
How To Get Data To The Cloud: Onramps
Commentary  |  10/22/2010  | 
As we discussed in our last entry, deciding when to use cloud storage is an important decision that data center mangers are now trying to make. While adding the capabilities to your own software was an early approach most were waiting for an easier way to get to the cloud and it comes in the form of software that allows near seamless access. We call these onramps.
How To Use Cloud Storage
Commentary  |  10/20/2010  | 
This entry kicks off a new series on cloud storage. In this series we will look at cloud storage and what it means from a number of different view points; the storage manufactures, the service providers, the providers of the tools that onramps data to the cloud and of course the people that will actually use cloud storage. This first set of entries will look at you the users and provides some ideas on how you can use cloud storage.


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CVE-2021-27491
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-30
Ypsomed mylife Cloud, mylife Mobile Application:Ypsomed mylife Cloud,All versions prior to 1.7.2,Ypsomed mylife App,All versions prior to 1.7.5,The Ypsomed mylife Cloud discloses password hashes during the registration process.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-07-30
Ypsomed mylife Cloud, mylife Mobile Application:Ypsomed mylife Cloud,All versions prior to 1.7.2,Ypsomed mylife App,All versions prior to 1.7.5,he Ypsomed mylife Cloud reflects the user password during the login process after redirecting the user from a HTTPS endpoint to a HTTP endpoint.
CVE-2021-32807
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-30
The module `AccessControl` defines security policies for Python code used in restricted code within Zope applications. Restricted code is any code that resides in Zope's object database, such as the contents of `Script (Python)` objects. The policies defined in `AccessControl` severely restrict acce...
CVE-2021-22521
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-30
A privileged escalation vulnerability has been identified in Micro Focus ZENworks Configuration Management, affecting version 2020 Update 1 and all prior versions. The vulnerability could be exploited to gain unauthorized system privileges.
CVE-2021-34629
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-30
The SendGrid WordPress plugin is vulnerable to authorization bypass via the get_ajax_statistics function found in the ~/lib/class-sendgrid-statistics.php file which allows authenticated users to export statistic for a WordPress multi-site main site, in versions up to and including 1.11.8.