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Content tagged with Privacy posted in December 2014
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.
Open Source Encryption Must Get Smarter
Commentary  |  12/8/2014  | 
When it comes to cryptography, there are quite a few myths in the age-old debate about proprietary versus open source application security.
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.
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.


Government Shutdown Brings Certificate Lapse Woes
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  1/11/2019
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CVE-2015-9276
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-16
SmarterTools SmarterMail before 13.3.5535 was vulnerable to stored XSS by bypassing the anti-XSS mechanisms. It was possible to run JavaScript code when a victim user opens or replies to the attacker's email, which contained a malicious payload. Therefore, users' passwords could be reset by using an...
CVE-2015-9277
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-16
MailEnable before 8.60 allows Directory Traversal for reading the messages of other users, uploading files, and deleting files because "/../" and "/.. /" are mishandled.
CVE-2015-9278
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-16
MailEnable before 8.60 allows Privilege Escalation because admin accounts could be created as a consequence of %0A mishandling in AUTH.TAB after a password-change request.
CVE-2015-9279
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-16
MailEnable before 8.60 allows Stored XSS via malformed use of "<img/src" with no ">" character in the body of an e-mail message.
CVE-2015-9280
PUBLISHED: 2019-01-16
MailEnable before 8.60 allows XXE via an XML document in the request.aspx Options parameter.