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Content tagged with Compliance posted in September 2006
Six Hot Security Products
News  |  9/26/2006  | 
All security products are hot these days, but here are six that could fry an egg - or maybe a hacker
Mozilla Patches RSA Crypto Flaw
News  |  9/15/2006  | 
Mozilla is the first big-name developer to go public with vulnerabilities to the recent flaw in RSA crypto implementations
Banks Launch Authentication Project
News  |  9/14/2006  | 
The Financial Services Technology Consortium builds testbed for authenticating bank Websites and emails
Putting Security in the Bank
News  |  9/13/2006  | 
Under regulatory and threat pressures, financial institutions look for ways to fund, and market, security
S1 Intros Authentication
News  |  9/12/2006  | 
S1 announced that financial institutions using its IBS solutions are among the first to successfully roll out enhanced authentication
Crypto Flaw Prone to Spoofing
News  |  9/11/2006  | 
Newly discovered flaw in OpenSSL leaves some RSA cryptography implementations vulnerable
Dual Authentication Tapped in Phish Fight
News  |  9/5/2006  | 
CMU anti-phishing prototype keeps users from giving away the store, but the catch is everyone has to deploy and use it


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CVE-2022-45046
PUBLISHED: 2022-12-05
The camel-ldap component allows LDAP Injection when using the filter option. Users are recommended to either move to the Camel-Spring-Ldap component (which is not affected) or upgrade to 3.14.6 or 3.18.4.
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Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability in Advanced Booking Calendar plugin <= 1.7.1 on WordPress.
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PUBLISHED: 2022-12-05
Unauth. SQL Injection (SQLi) vulnerability in Advanced Booking Calendar plugin <= 1.7.1 on WordPress.
CVE-2022-4282
PUBLISHED: 2022-12-05
A vulnerability was found in SpringBootCMS and classified as critical. Affected by this issue is some unknown functionality of the component Template Management. The manipulation leads to injection. The attack may be launched remotely. The exploit has been disclosed to the public and may be used. VD...
CVE-2022-4281
PUBLISHED: 2022-12-05
A vulnerability has been found in Facepay 1.0 and classified as critical. Affected by this vulnerability is an unknown functionality of the file /face-recognition-php/facepay-master/camera.php. The manipulation of the argument userId leads to authorization bypass. The attack can be launched remotely...