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Content tagged with Authentication posted in October 2016
A Ransomware Tutorial For SMBs
Commentary  |  10/28/2016  | 
Small-to-medium-sized businesses are an easy target for ransomware. Here are four tips that will minimize the risk.
How To Build A Strong Security Awareness Program
Commentary  |  10/27/2016  | 
To become more secure, focus your training and manage your top risks.
Jose Santana Pleads Guilty In Cell Phone Fraud Scheme
Quick Hits  |  10/27/2016  | 
Santana and co-conspirators committed identity theft costing victims $150,000, according to US Department of Justice.
20 Endpoint Security Questions You Never Thought to Ask
Commentary  |  10/26/2016  | 
The endpoint detection and response market is exploding! Heres how to make sense of the options, dig deeper, and separate vendor fact from fiction.
Getting To The 'Just Right' Level Of Encryption
Commentary  |  10/26/2016  | 
The key to unlocking secure business messaging is controlling who has the key.
Blockchain & The Battle To Secure Digital Identities
Commentary  |  10/25/2016  | 
This emerging technology is a promising way to verify transactions without compromising your digital identity.
Deleting Emails Original Sin: An Historical Perspective
Commentary  |  10/24/2016  | 
Can DMARC do for email security what SSL certificates did for e-commerce?
Flipping Security Awareness Training
Commentary  |  10/21/2016  | 
Threats can be minimized when teams understand business goals and objectives. These four tips can help turn things around.
Database Breaches: An Alarming Lack Of Preparedness
Commentary  |  10/10/2016  | 
It's no secret that databases are fertile ground for malicious activities. Here's how a seven-step process for monitoring known harbingers of an imminent attack can help reduce the risk.
FBI Seeking Access To Another Locked iPhone
Quick Hits  |  10/7/2016  | 
Bureau 'in the process of assessing our legal and technical options' to access passcode-locked iPhone of Dahir Adan.
NIST Study: User 'Security Fatigue' Adding to Online Risk
News  |  10/4/2016  | 
Decision-making overload with passwords, certificates, software updates frustrates users
5 Ways To Lock Down Your Login
Slideshows  |  10/4/2016  | 
New public awareness campaign inspired by the White House calls for users to think more carefully about stronger authentication.


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Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
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It's in the Game (but It Shouldn't Be)
Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2023-1142
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
In Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5, an attacker could use URL decoding to retrieve system files, credentials, and bypass authentication resulting in privilege escalation.
CVE-2023-1143
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
In Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5, an attacker could use Lua scripts, which could allow an attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code.
CVE-2023-1144
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5 contains an improper access control vulnerability in which an attacker can use the Device-Gateway service and bypass authorization, which could result in privilege escalation.
CVE-2023-1145
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5 are affected by a deserialization vulnerability targeting the Device-DataCollect service, which could allow deserialization of requests prior to authentication, resulting in remote code execution.
CVE-2023-1655
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
Heap-based Buffer Overflow in GitHub repository gpac/gpac prior to 2.4.0.