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Content tagged with Identity & Access Management posted in June 2014
Why A Secured Network Is Like The Human Body
Commentary  |  6/26/2014  | 
Its time to throw away the analogies about building fortresses and perimeter defenses and start to approach InfoSec with the same standard of care we use for public health.
P.F. Chang's Breach Went Undetected For Months
Commentary  |  6/23/2014  | 
Early reports indicate that the compromise involved a large number of restaurant locations and dates as far back as September 2013.
Dont Let Lousy Teachers Sink Security Awareness
Commentary  |  6/11/2014  | 
You can't fix a human problem with a technology solution. Here are three reasons why user education can work and six tips on how to develop a corporate culture of security.
TweetDeck Scammers Steal Twitter IDs Via OAuth
News  |  6/6/2014  | 
Users who give up their TweetDeck ID are promised 20 followers for free or 100 to 5,000 new followers a day for five days.
If HTML5 Is The Future, What Happens To Access Control?
Commentary  |  6/5/2014  | 
The solution for multi-device deployment is HTML5. The challenge, for the enterprise, is deploying it correctly. Here are seven tools you will need.
How The Math Of Biometric Authentication Adds Up
Commentary  |  6/2/2014  | 
Yes, it's true that if your authentication scheme only allows a single fingerprint you only have 10 choices. But there's no rule that says it has to be one, and only one.


'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.