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Content tagged with Authentication posted in October 2017
Why Data Breach Stats Get It Wrong
Commentary  |  10/26/2017  | 
It's not the size of the stolen data dump that is important. It's the window between the date of the breach and the date of discovery that represents the biggest threat.
Advanced Analytics + Frictionless Security: What CISOS Need to Know
Commentary  |  10/25/2017  | 
Advances in analytics technologies promise to make identity management smarter and more transparent to users. But the process is neither straightforward nor easy.
What's Next after the SEC 'Insider Trading' Breach?
Commentary  |  10/19/2017  | 
Last month's hack of the Securities and Exchange Commission may prove to be the most high-profile corporate gatekeeper attack to date. But it definitely won't be the last.
Game Change: Meet the Mach37 Fall Startups
Slideshows  |  10/18/2017  | 
CEOs describe how they think their fledgling ventures will revolutionize user training, privacy, identity management and embedded system security.
Banks Start Broad Use of Blockchain, as JP Morgan, IBM Lead Way
News  |  10/17/2017  | 
Two major players announced cross-border payment networks built on blockchain technologies Monday, and more financial services will follow soon, despite opinions about Bitcoin.
Google Bolsters Security for Select Groups
Quick Hits  |  10/17/2017  | 
Business leaders, political campaign teams, journalists, and other high-risk groups will receive advanced email and account protection.
How Systematic Lying Can Improve Your Security
Commentary  |  10/11/2017  | 
No, you don't have to tell websites your mother's actual maiden name.


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US Counterintelligence Director & Fmr. Europol Leader Talk Election Security
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  10/16/2020
7 Tips for Choosing Security Metrics That Matter
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer,  10/19/2020
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CVE-2020-5790
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-20
Cross-site request forgery in Nagios XI 5.7.3 allows a remote attacker to perform sensitive application actions by tricking legitimate users into clicking a crafted link.
CVE-2020-5791
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-20
Improper neutralization of special elements used in an OS command in Nagios XI 5.7.3 allows a remote, authenticated admin user to execute operating system commands with the privileges of the apache user.
CVE-2020-5792
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-20
Improper neutralization of argument delimiters in a command in Nagios XI 5.7.3 allows a remote, authenticated admin user to write to arbitrary files and ultimately execute code with the privileges of the apache user.
CVE-2020-25157
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-20
The R-SeeNet webpage (1.5.1 through 2.4.10) suffers from SQL injection, which allows a remote attacker to invoke queries on the database and retrieve sensitive information.
CVE-2020-25648
PUBLISHED: 2020-10-20
A flaw was found in the way NSS handled CCS (ChangeCipherSpec) messages in TLS 1.3. This flaw allows a remote attacker to send multiple CCS messages, causing a denial of service for servers compiled with the NSS library. The highest threat from this vulnerability is to system availability. This flaw...