News & Commentary

Content tagged with Identity & Access Management posted in November 2013
The New Security Architecture
Commentary  |  11/20/2013  | 
Recent high profile attacks reflect a new reality in which perimeter-based security models are increasingly less effective in protecting key corporate assets and information.
iPhone Photo Leads To Cybercrime Arrest
News  |  11/19/2013  | 
The FBI uses an iPhone photo to nab six members of a cybercrime ring accused of stealing $45 million via ATMs.
Understanding IT Risk Management In 4 Steps X 3
Commentary  |  11/19/2013  | 
A risk management matrix combines the probability of harm and the severity of harm. In IT terms that means authentication, context, and process.
BYOD: 'We Have Met the Enemy & He Is Us'
Commentary  |  11/18/2013  | 
As smartphone adoption continues at an unrelenting pace, the issues surrounding BYOD will become an even more challenging mobile security management issue.
Authentication + Mobile Phone = Password Killer
Commentary  |  11/18/2013  | 
Can the smartphone free us from the drudgery of the much-despised password? There's good reason to hope.
Facebook Forces Some Users To Reset Passwords
News  |  11/17/2013  | 
Facebook is asking users whose passwords might have been exposed on other sites to change their passwords to access the social network.
Kelihos Botnet Thrives, Despite Takedowns
News  |  11/17/2013  | 
Fast flux infrastructure and Windows XP infections continue to keep the botnet alive.
Online Extortion: The Ethics Of Unpublishing
News  |  11/15/2013  | 
What are the ethical limits on the Internet, the land where anything goes? What happens when people invent new schemes for making money and then take them too far?
Higher Ed Must Lock Down Data Security
Commentary  |  11/15/2013  | 
Higher education rivals only the healthcare industry in housing personally identifiable data. Consider these tactics for smart planning.


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CVE-2018-17177
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-18
An issue was discovered on Neato Botvac Connected 2.2.0 and Botvac 85 1.2.1 devices. Static encryption is used for the copying of so-called "black box" logs (event logs and core dumps) to a USB stick. These logs are RC4-encrypted with a 9-character password of *^JEd4W!I that is obfuscated ...
CVE-2018-17178
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-18
An issue was discovered on Neato Botvac Connected 2.2.0 devices. They execute unauthenticated manual drive commands (sent to /bin/webserver on port 8081) if they already have an active session. Commands like forward, back, arc-left, arc-right, pivot-left, and pivot-right are executed even though the...
CVE-2018-11869
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-18
In all android releases(Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, QRD Android) from CAF using the linux kernel, lack of length validation check for value received from firmware can lead to buffer overflow in WMA handler.
CVE-2018-17176
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-18
A replay issue was discovered on Neato Botvac Connected 2.2.0 devices. Manual control mode requires authentication, but once recorded, the authentication (always transmitted in cleartext) can be replayed to /bin/webserver on port 8081. There are no nonces, and timestamps are not checked at all.
CVE-2018-11852
PUBLISHED: 2018-09-18
In all android releases(Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, QRD Android) from CAF using the linux kernel, improper check In the WMA API for the inputs received from the firmware and then fills the same to the host structure will lead to OOB write.