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Content tagged with Authentication posted in May 2017
The Case for Disclosing Insider Breaches
Commentary  |  5/31/2017  | 
Too often organizations try to sweep intentional, accidental or negligent employee theft of data under the rug. Heres why they shouldnt.
Deconstructing the 2016 Yahoo Security Breach
Commentary  |  5/19/2017  | 
One good thing about disasters is that we can learn from them and avoid repeating the same mistakes. Here are five lessons that the Yahoo breach should have taught us.
The Fundamental Flaw in TCP/IP: Connecting Everything
Commentary  |  5/17/2017  | 
Almost 30 years after its inception, it's time to fix the engine that both fuels the modern day Internet and is the root cause of its most vexing security challenges.
Your Grandma Could Be the Next Ransomware Millionaire
Commentary  |  5/15/2017  | 
Today's as-a-service technology has democratized ransomware, offering practically anyone with a computer and an Internet connection an easy way to get in on the game.
SSA Plans Stronger Website Authentication
Quick Hits  |  5/11/2017  | 
Starting in June 2017, the US Social Security Administration will require a more secure login process for SSA.gov.
Shining a Light on Securitys Grey Areas: Process, People, Technology
Commentary  |  5/9/2017  | 
The changing distributed and mobile business landscape brings with it new security and privacy risks. Heres how to meet the challenge.
Backdoors: When Good Intentions Go Bad
Commentary  |  5/5/2017  | 
Requiring encrypted applications to provide backdoors for law enforcement will weaken security for everyone.
Google Docs Phishing Scam a Game Changer
News  |  5/4/2017  | 
Experts expect copycats that take advantage of passive authentication from third-party applications using standards such as OAuth.
Why OAuth Phishing Poses A New Threat to Users
Commentary  |  5/4/2017  | 
Credential phishing lets attackers gain back-end access to email accounts, and yesterday's Google Docs scam raises the risk to a new level.
Striving For Improvement on World Password Day
News  |  5/2/2017  | 
Consumer hygiene and poor authentication practices create toxic combo.


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CVE-2021-46204
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-19
Taocms v3.0.2 was discovered to contain an arbitrary file read vulnerability via the path parameter. SQL injection vulnerability via taocms\include\Model\Article.php.
CVE-2022-0274
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-19
Cross-site Scripting (XSS) - Stored in NPM cypress-orchardcore prior to 1.2.2.
CVE-2021-33912
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-19
libspf2 before 1.2.11 has a four-byte heap-based buffer overflow that might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code (via an unauthenticated e-mail message from anywhere on the Internet) with a crafted SPF DNS record, because of incorrect sprintf usage in SPF_record_expand_data in spf_expand...
CVE-2021-33913
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-19
libspf2 before 1.2.11 has a heap-based buffer overflow that might allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code (via an unauthenticated e-mail message from anywhere on the Internet) with a crafted SPF DNS record, because of SPF_record_expand_data in spf_expand.c. The amount of overflowed data dep...
CVE-2021-42810
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-19
A flaw in the previous versions of the product may allow an authenticated attacker the ability to execute code as a privileged user on a system where the agent is installed.