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Content tagged with Authentication posted in December 2014
A 2014 Lookback: Predictions vs. Reality
Commentary  |  12/29/2014  | 
It was a tumultuous year for cyber security, but it drove the adoption of incident response plans and two-factor authentication.
How PCI DSS 3.0 Can Help Stop Data Breaches
Commentary  |  12/23/2014  | 
New Payment Card Industry security standards that took effect January 1 aim to replace checkmark mindsets with business as usual processes. Here are three examples.
Universal Multi-Factor Authentication Steps Closer To The Mainstream
News  |  12/9/2014  | 
The FIDO Alliance today finalized two universal authentication standards and one of its founding members, Nok Nok Labs, closed on $8.5 million of financing.
Poll: The Perimeter Has Shattered!
Commentary  |  12/8/2014  | 
The traditional corporate network perimeter is not dead, but its amorphous shape is something new and indescribable.
Moving Beyond 2-Factor Authentication With Context
Commentary  |  12/5/2014  | 
2FA isnt cheap or infallible -- in more ways than two.
Ultra-Private Messaging Spreads To Apple Mac, Windows, Linux Desktops
Quick Hits  |  12/4/2014  | 
Wickr's secure mobile messaging app expands to the desktop amid explosion in encryption activity.
New TLS/SSL Version Ready In 2015
Quick Hits  |  12/4/2014  | 
One of the first steps in making encryption the norm across the Net is an update to the protocol itself and a set of best-practices for using encryption in applications.
Leveraging The Kill Chain For Awesome
Commentary  |  12/2/2014  | 
There are good reasons the Kill Chain is being used by some of the most successful information security teams around. Here are three.
Q&A: Internet Encryption As The New Normal
News  |  12/1/2014  | 
Internet Architecture Board chairman Russ Housley explains what the IAB's game-changing statement about encryption means for the future of the Net.


Microsoft President: Governments Must Cooperate on Cybersecurity
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  11/8/2018
Why the CISSP Remains Relevant to Cybersecurity After 28 Years
Steven Paul Romero, SANS Instructor and Sr. SCADA Network Engineer, Chevron,  11/6/2018
5 Reasons Why Threat Intelligence Doesn't Work
Jonathan Zhang, CEO/Founder of WhoisXML API and TIP,  11/7/2018
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CVE-2018-19220
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-12
An issue was discovered in LAOBANCMS 2.0. It allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary PHP code via the host parameter to the install/ URI.
CVE-2018-19221
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-12
An issue was discovered in LAOBANCMS 2.0. It allows SQL Injection via the admin/login.php guanliyuan parameter.
CVE-2018-19222
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-12
An issue was discovered in LAOBANCMS 2.0. It allows a /install/mysql_hy.php?riqi=0&i=0 attack to reset the admin password, even if install.txt exists.
CVE-2018-19223
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-12
An issue was discovered in LAOBANCMS 2.0. It allows XSS via the first input field to the admin/type.php?id=1 URI.
CVE-2018-19224
PUBLISHED: 2018-11-12
An issue was discovered in LAOBANCMS 2.0. /admin/login.php allows spoofing of the id and guanliyuan cookies.