News & Commentary

Content tagged with Compliance posted in February 2012
It's True: Compliance Can Be Good For Your Business
Commentary  |  2/29/2012  | 
The best insurance for your organization is often the processes required for compliance
Bots: Stand Up And Be Counted
Commentary  |  2/24/2012  | 
A new FCC-backed initiative will gather real ISP data on infected bot machines, but will it make a dent on the botnet scourge?
Web Encryption That Works
News  |  2/23/2012  | 
SSL technology isn't perfect, but it can be an effective security tool for your organization. Here are four tips for optimizing its performance
Five Dangerous Compliance Assumptions
Commentary  |  2/23/2012  | 
Many businesses fool themselves about their compliance problems
Another Hurdle For IPsec
News  |  2/14/2012  | 
Some organizations are taking a second look at IPsec for more security, but, like SSL, it also relies on a flawed trust model
Being A Security Bully Does Not Make You Compliant
Commentary  |  2/14/2012  | 
Compliance is not a tool for dodging work or dismissing business needs
Avoid Putting IT In A GRC Vacuum
News  |  2/13/2012  | 
When infosec pros are asked to set security and compliance policies with no line-of-business input, problems are inevitable
Five Tactical Security Metrics To Watch
News  |  2/10/2012  | 
Wondering how secure the corporate network is? Here's five operational security metrics that can help. First of a two-part series
'Factory Outlets' Selling Stolen Facebook, Twitter Credentials At Discount Rates
News  |  2/8/2012  | 
Are cybercriminals' inventory overstocked? New bulk sales pitch could be an indication, researchers say
Slide Show: Technologies That Are Changing The Sports Security Game
News  |  2/3/2012  | 
Digital technology is increasingly playing a major role in sports security operations
Compliance And 'The Little Guys'
Commentary  |  2/3/2012  | 
Small and midsize businesses often let the cost of compliance obscure important benefits
How To Spot A Fake Facebook Profile
Quick Hits  |  2/2/2012  | 
Barracuda Networks gathers telltale characteristics of the phony Facebook 'Friend'


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CVE-2018-17317
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-21
FruityWifi (aka PatatasFritas/PatataWifi) 2.1 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary commands via shell metacharacters in the io_mode, ap_mode, io_action, io_in_iface, io_in_set, io_in_ip, io_in_mask, io_in_gw, io_out_iface, io_out_set, io_out_mask, io_out_gw, iface, or domain parameter to /ww...
CVE-2018-17320
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-21
An issue was discovered in UCMS 1.4.6. aaddpost.php has stored XSS via the sadmin/aindex.php minfo parameter in a sadmin_aaddpost action.
CVE-2018-17141
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-21
HylaFAX 6.0.6 and HylaFAX+ 5.6.0 allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via a dial-in session that provides a FAX page with the JPEG bit enabled, which is mishandled in FaxModem::writeECMData() in the faxd/CopyQuality.c++ file.
CVE-2018-17173
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-21
LG SuperSign CMS allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary code via the sourceUri parameter to qsr_server/device/getThumbnail.
CVE-2018-17174
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-21
A stack-based buffer overflow was discovered in the xtimor NMEA library (aka nmealib) 0.5.3. nmea_parse() in parser.c allows an attacker to trigger denial of service (even arbitrary code execution in a certain context) in a product using this library via malformed data.