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Content tagged with Perimeter posted in December 2006
Sourcefire Lawsuit: An IPO Distraction?
News  |  12/21/2006  | 
NetClarity claims that the Snort developer infringed on its intellectual property
Survey: Slight Uptick in Security Spending
News  |  12/20/2006  | 
CISOs have their eyes on application security, NAC, and security services, according to Merrill Lynch survey
Websense to Buy PortAuthority for $90M
News  |  12/20/2006  | 
Threat prevention firms will sell integrated products
Spam Service Shuttered
News  |  12/19/2006  | 
The last vestiges of old-school spam techniques signed off today with the demise of the Open Relay Database (ORDB)
Phishing Your Own Users
News  |  12/18/2006  | 
New anti-phishing upgrades raise the profile of client-side attacks
How Much Is That Exploit in the Window?
News  |  12/14/2006  | 
Researcher relays sticker prices for some of today's hottest hacks
Startup Finds Phish in Browsers
News  |  12/13/2006  | 
New company could help banks, other service providers to warn users when they've been phished
Blurring the Line Between SOC & NOC
News  |  12/11/2006  | 
Walls are crumbling between the security and network operations centers, but some tasks will remain separate
MIME Vulnerabilities Rear Up Again
News  |  12/8/2006  | 
Years after the ubiquitous email standard was developed, researchers are still finding security flaws in it
DNS Attacks on the Rise
News  |  12/6/2006  | 
The old reliable DNS server is becoming a popular target of botnets and other attacks
Spying on Spyware
News  |  12/1/2006  | 
A new patent-pending antispyware technology 'listens' for spyware based on its network behavior


NSA Appoints Rob Joyce as Cyber Director
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PySAML2 is a pure python implementation of SAML Version 2 Standard. PySAML2 before 6.5.0 has an improper verification of cryptographic signature vulnerability. All users of pysaml2 that need to validate signed SAML documents are impacted. The vulnerability is a variant of XML Signature wrapping bec...
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PySAML2 is a pure python implementation of SAML Version 2 Standard. PySAML2 before 6.5.0 has an improper verification of cryptographic signature vulnerability. Users of pysaml2 that use the default CryptoBackendXmlSec1 backend and need to verify signed SAML documents are impacted. PySAML2 does not ...
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