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Content tagged with Cloud posted in February 2012
Google Privacy Changes: 6 Steps To Take
News  |  2/29/2012  | 
Don't let Google's data unification scheme send you running scared on privacy. Consider these actions to control your data.
Why BYOD Doesn't Always Work In Healthcare
Commentary  |  2/28/2012  | 
Security and screen layout problems make it difficult to let clinicians bring their own tablets and smartphones to work.
Cloud's Future Security Depends On Mobile
News  |  2/28/2012  | 
Passwords are a major weakness for cloud providers. Industry experts say that, in the future, mobile will be the authentication platform of choice
Google's Privacy Invasion: It's Your Fault
Commentary  |  2/17/2012  | 
If we really wanted privacy, we would turn off JavaScript, block ads, and browse in privacy mode through an anonymous proxy. But we would rather have free services.
Ambient Cloud Reduces Costs, Boosts Security
News  |  2/13/2012  | 
Distributed -- or ambient -- cloud storage requires that users chip in by providing disk space and gives them equivalent space in the cloud. Can storing others' data locally be secure?
Health Data Breaches Up 97% in 2011
News  |  2/13/2012  | 
Redspin report calls for tougher HIPAA standards, regular security audits, and more employee education.
TigerText Investment To Tighten Up Messaging Security
News  |  2/9/2012  | 
As text messaging among healthcare providers increases, TigerText secures $8.2 million to improve security.


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CVE-2020-24847
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-23
A Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability is identified in FruityWifi through 2.4. Due to a lack of CSRF protection in page_config_adv.php, an unauthenticated attacker can lure the victim to visit his website by social engineering or another attack vector. Due to this issue, an unauthenticat...
CVE-2020-24848
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-23
FruityWifi through 2.4 has an unsafe Sudo configuration [(ALL : ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL]. This allows an attacker to perform a system-level (root) local privilege escalation, allowing an attacker to gain complete persistent access to the local system.
CVE-2020-5990
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-23
NVIDIA GeForce Experience, all versions prior to 3.20.5.70, contains a vulnerability in the ShadowPlay component which may lead to local privilege escalation, code execution, denial of service or information disclosure.
CVE-2020-25483
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-23
An arbitrary command execution vulnerability exists in the fopen() function of file writes of UCMS v1.4.8, where an attacker can gain access to the server.
CVE-2020-5977
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-23
NVIDIA GeForce Experience, all versions prior to 3.20.5.70, contains a vulnerability in NVIDIA Web Helper NodeJS Web Server in which an uncontrolled search path is used to load a node module, which may lead to code execution, denial of service, escalation of privileges, and information disclosure.