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Content tagged with Compliance posted in September 2007
Startup Wins License for Secure Biometrics Token
News  |  9/27/2007  | 
Technology promises to protect privacy of user whose biometric data is stolen or copied
Many Retailers Will Not Make PCI Compliance Deadline
News  |  9/26/2007  | 
Problems with applications, access management leave credit card processors facing fines - and vulnerabilities
Canadian Government Sheds Light On TJX Breach
News  |  9/25/2007  | 
Attack was conducted via wireless links at two Miami Marshall's stores, investigation reveals
Quantum Research Could Threaten Encryption Schemes
News  |  9/13/2007  | 
New quantum computers implement algorithm capable of cracking most current encryption codes
Email Encryption Gets Easier
News  |  9/13/2007  | 
But are these new methods enough to convince enterprises to secure their messages with in-house systems - or that they even need to?
'Virtual' Vulnerabilities About to Become Reality
News  |  9/11/2007  | 
Virtualization bugs may be rare, but they are only the tip of the iceberg
Hacking the White House
News  |  9/10/2007  | 
War walk around the President's house exposes some interesting vulnerabilities outside the fence, but solid defenses inside
Citrix's Security Play
News  |  9/7/2007  | 
With acquisition of XenSource, Citrix puts itself at forefront of data center virtualization - and security


I 'Hacked' My Accounts Using My Mobile Number: Here's What I Learned
Nicole Sette, Director in the Cyber Risk practice of Kroll, a division of Duff & Phelps,  11/19/2019
6 Top Nontechnical Degrees for Cybersecurity
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  11/21/2019
TPM-Fail: What It Means & What to Do About It
Ari Singer, CTO at TrustPhi,  11/19/2019
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CVE-2019-18610
PUBLISHED: 2019-11-22
An issue was discovered in manager.c in Sangoma Asterisk through 13.x, 16.x, 17.x and Certified Asterisk 13.21 through 13.21-cert4. A remote authenticated Asterisk Manager Interface (AMI) user without system authorization could use a specially crafted Originate AMI request to execute arbitrary syste...
CVE-2019-9536
PUBLISHED: 2019-11-22
Apple iPhone 3GS bootrom malloc implementation returns a non-NULL pointer when unable to allocate memory, aka 'alloc8'. An attacker with physical access to the device can install arbitrary firmware.
CVE-2013-6811
PUBLISHED: 2019-11-22
Multiple cross-site request forgery (CSRF) vulnerabilities in the D-Link DSL-6740U gateway (Rev. H1) allow remote attackers to hijack the authentication of administrators for requests that change administrator credentials or enable remote management services to (1) Custom Services in Port Forwarding...
CVE-2013-6880
PUBLISHED: 2019-11-22
Open redirect in proxy.php in FlashCanvas before 1.6 allows remote attackers to redirect users to arbitrary web sites and conduct cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks via the HTTP Referer header.
CVE-2019-15652
PUBLISHED: 2019-11-22
The web interface for NSSLGlobal SatLink VSAT Modem Unit (VMU) devices before 18.1.0 doesn't properly sanitize input for error messages, leading to the ability to inject client-side code.