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Content tagged with Privacy posted in July 2015
Smartwatches Could Become New Frontier for Cyber Attackers
News  |  7/24/2015  | 
Every single smartwatch tested in a recent study by HP had serious security weaknesses.
Internet of Things: Anything You Track Could Be Used Against You
Commentary  |  7/23/2015  | 
Lawyers not security advocates have fired the first salvos over wearable tech privacy. The results may surprise you.
3 Reasons Why Giving Government A Backdoor Is A Bad Idea
News  |  7/9/2015  | 
Exceptional access of the kind being demanded by the FBI and others is unworkable and impractical, security researchers say
OpenSSL Fixes High-Severity, Narrow-Scope Vulnerability
News  |  7/9/2015  | 
Bug allows attackers to issue invalid certificates, but is difficult to exploit and only affects OpenSSL versions released since last month.
Underwriters Laboratories To Launch Cyber Security Certification Program
News  |  7/6/2015  | 
Meanwhile, UL is also in discussion with the White House on its plans to foster standards for Internet of Things security.
Italian Surveillance Software Maker Falls Victim To Doxing Attack
News  |  7/6/2015  | 
Milan-based Hacking Team tells customers to stop using its products after leaked documents reveal the product's source code and the company's history of selling to governments with records of human rights abuses.


Data Privacy Careers Are Helping to Close the IT Gender Gap
Dana Simberkoff, Chief Risk, Privacy, and Information Security Officer, AvePoint, Inc.,  8/20/2018
Ohio Man Sentenced To 15 Months For BEC Scam
Dark Reading Staff 8/20/2018
Intel Reveals New Spectre-Like Vulnerability
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  8/15/2018
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CVE-2018-15667
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-21
An issue was discovered in Bloop Airmail 3 3.5.9 for macOS. It registers and uses the airmail:// URL scheme. The "send" command in the URL scheme allows an external application to send arbitrary emails from an active account without authentication. The handler has no restriction on who can...
CVE-2018-15668
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-21
An issue was discovered in Bloop Airmail 3 3.5.9 for macOS. The "send" command in the airmail:// URL scheme allows an external application to send arbitrary emails from an active account. URL parameters for the "send" command with the "attachment_" prefix designate atta...
CVE-2018-15669
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-21
An issue was discovered in Bloop Airmail 3 3.5.9 for macOS. Its primary WebView instance implements "webView:decidePolicyForNavigationAction:request:frame:decisionListener:" such that requests from HTMLIFrameElements are blacklisted. However, other sub-classes of HTMLFrameOwnerElements are...
CVE-2018-15670
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-21
An issue was discovered in Bloop Airmail 3 3.5.9 for macOS. Its primary WebView instance implements "webView:decidePolicyForNavigationAction:request:frame:decisionListener:" such that OpenURL is the default URL handler. A navigation request is processed by the default URL handler only if t...
CVE-2018-15671
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-21
An issue was discovered in the HDF HDF5 1.10.2 library. Excessive stack consumption has been detected in the function H5P__get_cb() in H5Pint.c during an attempted parse of a crafted HDF file. This results in denial of service.