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Content tagged with Authentication posted in February 2016
Security Lessons From My Doctor
Commentary  |  2/25/2016  | 
Why its hard to change risky habits like weak passwords and heavy smoking, even when advice is clear.
Anatomy Of An Account Takeover Attack
Commentary  |  2/23/2016  | 
How organized crime rings are amassing bot armies for password-cracking attacks on personal accounts in retail, financial, gaming, and other consumer-facing services.
FAQ: Heres What You Need To Know About The Apple, FBI Dispute
News  |  2/23/2016  | 
The case marks a watershed moment in the debate over national security interests and privacy rights.
Today's New Payment Card Security In A Nutshell
Commentary  |  2/17/2016  | 
Businesses taking their time rolling out EMV card-compatible terminals are putting their data security and financial well-being at risk.
Name That Toon: Dark Reading Caption Contest
Commentary  |  2/13/2016  | 
Take part in our brand new cartoon caption contest. Join the fun and maybe you'll win a prize.
5 Reveals About Today's Attack M.O.s From Skype Spying Malware
News  |  2/11/2016  | 
T9000 backdoor is built with many of today's cybercriminal tricks up its sleeves.
Over 100,000 E-File PINs Fraudulently Accessed In Automated Attack On IRS App
News  |  2/10/2016  | 
Personal data stolen from other sources was used in attack agency says
Heres How To Protect Against A Ransomware Attack
News  |  2/4/2016  | 
Recovering data encrypted by a ransomware attack is next to impossible, so prevention offers the better approach.


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Weak encryption in the Quick Pairing mode in the eWeLink mobile application (Android application V4.9.2 and earlier, iOS application V4.9.1 and earlier) allows physically proximate attackers to eavesdrop on Wi-Fi credentials and other sensitive information by monitoring the Wi-Fi spectrum during the...
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Cross-site scripting vulnerability in SolarView Compact SV-CPT-MC310 prior to Ver.6.5 allows an attacker to inject an arbitrary script via unspecified vectors.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-02-24
Directory traversal vulnerability in SolarView Compact SV-CPT-MC310 prior to Ver.6.5 allows authenticated attackers to delete arbitrary files and/or directories on the server via unspecified vectors.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-02-24
Missing authentication for critical function in SolarView Compact SV-CPT-MC310 prior to Ver.6.5 allows an attacker to alter the setting information without the access privileges via unspecified vectors.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-02-24
Exposure of information through directory listing in SolarView Compact SV-CPT-MC310 prior to Ver.6.5 allows an authenticated attacker to obtain the information inside the system, such as directories and/or file configurations via unspecified vectors.