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Content tagged with Compliance posted in November 2010
Report: Biometrics And One-Time Passwords Gaining Traction Among Consumers
News  |  11/30/2010  | 
Improved technology, growing familiarity making alternative authentication more palatable to consumers
Researchers Uncover Holes In WebOS Smartphones
News  |  11/23/2010  | 
Linux-based platform prone to Web-injection vulnerabilities and targeted attacks for stealing data
Check Point Survey: More Than Half Of U.K. Corporate Laptops Are Not Protected Against Theft Or Data Loss
News  |  11/22/2010  | 
A majority of businesses are potentially vulnerable to unauthorized network access
Slide Show: Extreme And Alternative Authentication Methods
Slideshows  |  11/16/2010  | 
Passwords are the weakest link in access control, but there are plenty of other, less-traveled options for authentication
Images Could Change The Authentication Picture
News  |  11/3/2010  | 
New technologies leveraging brain's ability to recognize, remember images could propel image-based authentication commercially
Tackling Insider Fraud From The Outside-In
News  |  11/1/2010  | 
Companies should use the same technologies that authenticate external customers to monitor employees and watch for insider attacks


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CVE-2018-19007
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-14
In Geutebrueck GmbH E2 Camera Series versions prior to 1.12.0.25 the DDNS configuration (in the Network Configuration panel) is vulnerable to an OS system command injection as root.
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PUBLISHED: 2018-12-14
In WordPress versions before 5.0.1, authors could modify metadata to bypass intended restrictions on deleting files.
CVE-2018-20148
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-14
In WordPress versions before 5.0.1, contributors could conduct PHP object injection attacks via crafted metadata.
CVE-2018-20149
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-14
In WordPress versions before 5.0.1, when the Apache HTTP Server is used, authors could upload crafted files that bypass intended MIME type restrictions, leading to XSS.
CVE-2018-20150
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-14
In WordPress versions before 5.0.1, crafted URLs could trigger XSS for certain use cases involving plugins.