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Content tagged with Privacy posted in March 2017
Privacy Babel: Making Sense of Global Privacy Regulations
Commentary  |  3/29/2017  | 
Countries around the world are making their own privacy laws. How can a global company possibly keep up?
New Wave of Security Acquisitions Signals Start of Consolidation Trend
Slideshows  |  3/20/2017  | 
A dozen recent high-profile deals reflect cybersecurity vendors' hopes of expanding their offerings with next-generation technology, ideas, and talent.
US-CERT Warns That HTTPS Inspection Tools Weaken TLS
Quick Hits  |  3/16/2017  | 
Turns out that man-in-the-middling your own traffic isn't the safest way to look for man-in-the-middle attacks.
Trust Begins With Layer 1 Encryption
Commentary  |  3/15/2017  | 
In todays distributed environment, cloud and communication service providers can play a key role in providing organizations with a scalable and secure platform for the connection of everything to everything. Heres how.
WikiLeaks Says It Will Help Firms Thwart 'CIA Hack Tools'
Quick Hits  |  3/10/2017  | 
Julian Assange follows up leak of alleged CIA cyber espionage hack tools with promise of assistance against these.
FBI Chief Calls for United Fight Against Cybercrime
Quick Hits  |  3/10/2017  | 
James Comey stresses the need to address encryption challenges faced by law enforcement.
How to Use & Share Customer Data without Damaging Trust
Commentary  |  3/3/2017  | 
These five tips for protecting consumer privacy will ensure that your customers will stay customers for the long run.


More Than Half of Users Reuse Passwords
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  5/24/2018
Is Threat Intelligence Garbage?
Chris McDaniels, Chief Information Security Officer of Mosaic451,  5/23/2018
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CVE-2018-11505
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-26
The Werewolf Online application 0.8.8 for Android allows attackers to discover the Firebase token by reading logcat output.
CVE-2018-6409
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-26
An issue was discovered in Appnitro MachForm before 4.2.3. The module in charge of serving stored files gets the path from the database. Modifying the name of the file to serve on the corresponding ap_form table leads to a path traversal vulnerability via the download.php q parameter.
CVE-2018-6410
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-26
An issue was discovered in Appnitro MachForm before 4.2.3. There is a download.php SQL injection via the q parameter.
CVE-2018-6411
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-26
An issue was discovered in Appnitro MachForm before 4.2.3. When the form is set to filter a blacklist, it automatically adds dangerous extensions to the filters. If the filter is set to a whitelist, the dangerous extensions can be bypassed through ap_form_elements SQL Injection.
CVE-2018-11500
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-26
An issue was discovered in PublicCMS V4.0.20180210. There is a CSRF vulnerability in "admin/sysUser/save.do?callbackType=closeCurrent&navTabId=sysUser/list" that can add an admin account.