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Content tagged with Compliance posted in June 2011
Up-And-Coming Botnet Uses Same Malware Kit As Defunct Mariposa
News  |  6/29/2011  | 
'Butterfly bot' kit steals financial information, but its licensing model could ultimately lead authorities to its newest botmasters
LulzSec Went After Qakbot, Mariposa Bots
News  |  6/28/2011  | 
Meanwhile, Anonymous offering bot-herding, other hacker training for its recruits via IRC, security expert says
New Chubb Service Helps Businesses Minimize Fallout From Data Breach
News  |  6/28/2011  | 
Service is available through eRisk Hub
Former College Kid's Guilty Plea To Hacking Highlights Low-Tech DB Theft
News  |  6/24/2011  | 
Defendants targeted university's databases of faculty, staff, alumni, and student information, and financial accounts with a social engineering scheme that used poisoned USBs, phishing emails
Two Fake AV Rings Busted By FBI In 'Operation Trident Tribunal'
Quick Hits  |  6/23/2011  | 
Reports out of the Ukraine appear to indicate that the Conficker worm might have been one of the vehicles for spreading the scareware
Spear Phishers Aiming At SMBs
News  |  6/22/2011  | 
Pilfered email addresses and personal information from Epsilon and Sony breaches will make attacks on SMBs even more likely
Breach Patrol: When Should Customers Be Told?
News  |  6/17/2011  | 
Speed of notifications seems to be a key question now
Russian Company Tests ATM That Can Detect Faces, Lies
Quick Hits  |  6/10/2011  | 
Souped-up authentication includes voice recognition, facial recognition -- and a lie detector
Court Ruling Puts Security Burden On SMBs, Not Banks
News  |  6/8/2011  | 
Security experts cry foul in U.S. District Court ruling in $500,000 online bank account heist from construction firm
Replacing RSA SecurID Tokens Not So Simple
News  |  6/7/2011  | 
There are plenty of in-house logistics -- and no guarantees that the new tokens won't be eventually compromised, security experts say
Google Reveals Attack On Gmail
Quick Hits  |  6/3/2011  | 
Hundreds of personal accounts, including those of senior U.S. government officials, are affected
For Malware Developers, Mac Moves From Safe Zone To Target Zone
News  |  6/1/2011  | 
Growth of mobile devices, shortage of strong defenses make Apple look appetizing to authors of malicious code


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CVE-2020-11844
PUBLISHED: 2020-05-29
There is an Incorrect Authorization vulnerability in Micro Focus Service Management Automation (SMA) product affecting version 2018.05 to 2020.02. The vulnerability could be exploited to provide unauthorized access to the Container Deployment Foundation.
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CVE-2020-7648
PUBLISHED: 2020-05-29
All versions of snyk-broker before 4.72.2 are vulnerable to Arbitrary File Read. It allows arbitrary file reads for users who have access to Snyk's internal network by appending the URL with a fragment identifier and a whitelisted path e.g. `#package.json`
CVE-2020-7650
PUBLISHED: 2020-05-29
All versions of snyk-broker after 4.72.0 including and before 4.73.1 are vulnerable to Arbitrary File Read. It allows arbitrary file reads to users with access to Snyk's internal network of any files ending in the following extensions: yaml, yml or json.
CVE-2020-7654
PUBLISHED: 2020-05-29
All versions of snyk-broker before 4.73.1 are vulnerable to Information Exposure. It logs private keys if logging level is set to DEBUG.