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Content tagged with Compliance posted in January 2010
New Attack Uses Internet Explorer's Own Features Against It
News  |  1/26/2010  | 
Microsoft investigating threat, considering patch, or offering guidance for protection
New Worm Overwrites Master Boot Records
Quick Hits  |  1/25/2010  | 
Win32/Zimuse could make it difficult for users to access or restore their data, researchers say
Industry-Standard Updater For Third-Party Apps Fails To Materialize
News  |  1/20/2010  | 
Secunia decides to go it alone after failing to get buy-in from other vendors to create a standard
Product Watch: Voice Biometrics Service Adds Third Factor Of Authentication
News  |  1/15/2010  | 
PhoneFactor matches user's voice with 'voiceprint' when he logs in
U.S. Software Maker Accuses China Of Building 'Green Dam' On Stolen Code
News  |  1/6/2010  | 
In $2.2 billion lawsuit, Cybersitter says China's content filter infringes its copyrights
Spear-Phishing Experiment Evades Big-Name Email Products
Quick Hits  |  1/5/2010  | 
Phony 'Bill Gates' LinkedIn invitation dupes Microsoft, Cisco email products and other security tools, services


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Inside the Ransomware Campaigns Targeting Exchange Servers
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  4/2/2021
Commentary
Beyond MITRE ATT&CK: The Case for a New Cyber Kill Chain
Rik Turner, Principal Analyst, Infrastructure Solutions, Omdia,  3/30/2021
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CVE-2021-23381
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package killing. If attacker-controlled user input is given, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23374
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package ps-visitor. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the kill function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23375
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package psnode. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the kill function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23376
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package ffmpegdotjs. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the trimvideo function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23377
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package onion-oled-js. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the scroll function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.