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Content tagged with Cloud posted in February 2011
Facebook Proposes 'Data Use' Policy To Replace 'Privacy Policy'
News  |  2/25/2011  | 
It's not an official change, but if enough Facebook users approve, it could become one.
RSA: Defining Cyberwar And Rallying Defenders
News  |  2/17/2011  | 
We may not know exactly what cyberwar means but we know we have to work together to prepare our defenses.
RSA: HP Proposes Holistic Security
News  |  2/16/2011  | 
Following three recent security acquisitions, HP sees a chance to focus the enterprise security discussion on risk management.
RSA: Symantec Sees Stuxnet In Your Future
News  |  2/15/2011  | 
Now that a virtual weapon has caused physical damage, network security is more important than ever.
Google Enables Two-Factor Authentication For All
News  |  2/10/2011  | 
You can now protect your Google Account with security techniques employed by online banks.
Blue Coat Unveils Cloud Security Platform For SMBs
News  |  2/7/2011  | 
The subscription service monitors and manages Web traffic on a company's networks, regardless of whether users are in the office or accessing internal systems remotely.
Google Bets $20,000 You Can't Hack Chrome
News  |  2/3/2011  | 
A special $20,000 award awaits the Pwn2Own contestant who can hack Google's Chrome browser.
Securing Databases In The Cloud
Commentary  |  2/2/2011  | 
Cloud services are comprised of pools of compute, network, information, and storage pools, so focus on securing the information rather than the database


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Discourse is an open source platform for community discussion. In affected versions maliciously crafted requests could lead to remote code execution. This resulted from a lack of validation in subscribe_url values. This issue is patched in the latest stable, beta and tests-passed versions of Discour...
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Babel.Locale in Babel before 2.9.1 allows attackers to load arbitrary locale .dat files (containing serialized Python objects) via directory traversal, leading to code execution.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-10-20
The Proof-of-Stake (PoS) Ethereum consensus protocol through 2021-10-19 allows an adversary to cause a denial of service (delayed consensus decisions), and also increase the profits of individual validators, via short-range reorganizations of the underlying consensus chain.
CVE-2021-42765
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-20
The Proof-of-Stake (PoS) Ethereum consensus protocol through 2021-10-19 allows an adversary to leverage network delay to cause a denial of service (indefinite stalling of consensus decisions).