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Content tagged with Compliance posted in March 2008
Security Issues Limit Telecommuting
Quick Hits  |  3/31/2008  | 
Want to work from home? Better beef up security first, CDW study says
Black Hat Researcher Hacks Biometric System
News  |  3/31/2008  | 
'Biologger' steals fingerprint, other biometric data
Tech Insight: Keeping Your Thumb on Thumb Drives
News  |  3/28/2008  | 
Those little USB drives certainly are handy, but how do you keep your company's sensitive data from walking away? Here are a few ideas
Millions of Russians' Personal Data Posted on Free Website
News  |  3/26/2008  | 
Names, addresses, account information, and other data posted by unknown source
Child Charities Stand Against Web 'Intelligence Gathering'
Quick Hits  |  3/25/2008  | 
People shouldn't lose opportunities because of something they wrote on MySpace at age 14, consortium says
Intel Researching New Approach to Laptop Security
News  |  3/24/2008  | 
'Proteus' technology tracks user behavior, flags atypical activity
Has Banking Industry Overlooked Its Biggest Breach Ever?
Quick Hits  |  3/24/2008  | 
Insider theft case at Compass Bank affected more than 1M customers
US Treasury Department Adopts Dual-Factor Authentication
News  |  3/21/2008  | 
Entrust IdentityGuard costs only 25 cents per card for each user
Obama Suffers Personal Data Breach
Quick Hits  |  3/21/2008  | 
State Department contractors under investigation for accessing passport files without authorization
Hannaford, Security Industry Hunt for Cause of Massive Breach
News  |  3/18/2008  | 
Speculation runs rampant as grocery retailer attempts to find out how 4.2 million credit card records were stolen
Curiosity Over Britney Kills Careers of 13 Cats
Quick Hits  |  3/17/2008  | 
UCLA Medical Center employees lose jobs after peeking at pop star's private files
Hacking Vista's Smart Cards
News  |  3/14/2008  | 
Former Microsoft security team member will demonstrate how his new fuzzer hacks smart card plug-in
Hacking WiFi
News  |  3/13/2008  | 
Here's an evil twin that can seriously alter your Starbucks experience
NSA Pushes 'Labeled' Access Control for NFS
News  |  3/13/2008  | 
National Security Agency's technology would tighten access to sensitive files and apps on NFS storage
IBM Buys Single-Sign-On Upstart
News  |  3/13/2008  | 
Acquisition of Encentuate will broaden IBM/Tivoli's identity management offerings, officials say
Security's 'See-Through' Camera
Quick Hits  |  3/11/2008  | 
New camera lets administrators check for objects under an individual's clothes - without seeing the family jewels
Battle Against Fast-Flux Botnets Intensifies
News  |  3/10/2008  | 
ICANN proposes recommendations to help disrupt, and ultimately take down, these stealthy botnets
Hacking: The New Child's Play?
News  |  3/5/2008  | 
Researchers worry as teens and pre-teens play an increasing role in illegal online exploits
Tool Physically Hacks Windows
News  |  3/5/2008  | 
Lets an attacker use Firewire to take over a 'locked' Windows machine
Canadian Cops Bust Identity Theft 'Hub'
News  |  3/3/2008  | 
Nine arrested, suspected of being part of larger ID theft ring
Hackers Cut in Line to Buy Tickets
Quick Hits  |  3/3/2008  | 
Hack allows buyers to jump to the front of the queue and purchase prime tickets online before fans can get to them


When It Comes To Security Tools, More Isn't More
Lamont Orange, Chief Information Security Officer at Netskope,  1/11/2021
US Capitol Attack a Wake-up Call for the Integration of Physical & IT Security
Seth Rosenblatt, Contributing Writer,  1/11/2021
IoT Vendor Ubiquiti Suffers Data Breach
Dark Reading Staff 1/11/2021
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An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.12. A memory allocation with excessive size vulnerability exists when reading malformed DGN files, which allows attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling denial of service (crash, exit, or restart).
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An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.12. A memory corruption vulnerability exists when reading malformed DGN files. It can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling denial of service (Crash, Exit, or Restart).
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PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.11. A NULL pointer dereference exists when rendering malformed .DXF and .DWG files. This can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling a denial of service attack (Crash, Exit, or Restart). This is issue 1 of 3.
CVE-2021-25176
PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.11. A NULL pointer dereference exists when rendering malformed .DXF and .DWG files. This can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling a denial of service attack (Crash, Exit, or Restart). This is issue 2 of 3.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-01-18
An issue was discovered in Open Design Alliance Drawings SDK before 2021.11. A NULL pointer dereference exists when rendering malformed .DXF and .DWG files. This can allow attackers to cause a crash, potentially enabling a denial of service attack (Crash, Exit, or Restart). This is issue 3 of 3.