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Content tagged with Compliance posted in July 2012
Hiding SAP Attacks In Plain Sight
News  |  7/31/2012  | 
Black Hat presenter uses test service and server-side request forgery to root SAP deployments
We've Got Regulatory Fatigue
Commentary  |  7/25/2012  | 
Many organizations are worn out by ever-changing laws and regulations
Risks Deferred Are Risks Accepted
Commentary  |  7/18/2012  | 
Decisions to delay compliance and security efforts do not delay the risks
A Common-Sense Secret For Cheaper PCI Audits
News  |  7/18/2012  | 
Pre-audit logistics prep can go a long way toward saving on PCI assessment costs
Crimeware Developers Shift To More Obfuscation, Java Exploits
News  |  7/12/2012  | 
After making their code harder to reverse-engineer, exploit kits are now focusing on improving attacks
Startup 'Jumpshot' Aims To Help Grandma And Her IT Geek Grandkid
Quick Hits  |  7/12/2012  | 
Ex-HP TippingPoint security pros create an automated, animated tool targeting consumers and small businesses -- and giving geeks a little rest after-hours
Apple 'Ban' Gives Miller Time To Hack Other Things
News  |  7/10/2012  | 
Charlie Miller reflects on how his NSA chops were a natural progression to Apple hacking, how hard hacking has become -- and his obsession with reality TV shows about stage moms
Being Compliant Is Not Only Training And Rules, It's Culture
Commentary  |  7/9/2012  | 
Too many organizations teach compliance instead of live it
FBI Credit Card Ring Bust Exposes PCI Challenges
News  |  7/2/2012  | 
Some experts say existence of complex credit card fraud black market a sign that PCI isn't effective


'PowerSnitch' Hacks Androids via Power Banks
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  12/8/2018
Windows 10 Security Questions Prove Easy for Attackers to Exploit
Kelly Sheridan, Staff Editor, Dark Reading,  12/5/2018
Starwood Breach Reaction Focuses on 4-Year Dwell
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  12/5/2018
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CVE-2018-20050
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
Mishandling of an empty string on the Jooan JA-Q1H Wi-Fi camera with firmware 21.0.0.91 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash and reboot) via the ONVIF GetStreamUri method and GetVideoEncoderConfigurationOptions method.
CVE-2018-20051
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
Mishandling of '>' on the Jooan JA-Q1H Wi-Fi camera with firmware 21.0.0.91 allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (crash and reboot) via certain ONVIF methods such as CreateUsers, SetImagingSettings, GetStreamUri, and so on.
CVE-2018-20029
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
The nxfs.sys driver in the DokanFS library 0.6.0 in NoMachine before 6.4.6 on Windows 10 allows local users to cause a denial of service (BSOD) because uninitialized memory can be read.
CVE-2018-1279
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
Pivotal RabbitMQ for PCF, all versions, uses a deterministically generated cookie that is shared between all machines when configured in a multi-tenant cluster. A remote attacker who can gain information about the network topology can guess this cookie and, if they have access to the right ports on ...
CVE-2018-15800
PUBLISHED: 2018-12-10
Cloud Foundry Bits Service, versions prior to 2.18.0, includes an information disclosure vulnerability. A remote malicious user may execute a timing attack to brute-force the signing key, allowing them complete read and write access to the the Bits Service storage.