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Content tagged with Identity & Access Management posted in August 2020
Deep Fake: Setting the Stage for Next-Gen Social Engineering
Commentary  |  8/26/2020  | 
Humans are susceptible to normalcy bias, which may leave us vulnerable to disinformation that reinforces our beliefs.
Newly Patched Alexa Flaws a Red Flag for Home Workers
News  |  8/19/2020  | 
Alexa could serve as an entry point to home and corporate networks. Security experts point to the need for manufacturers to work closely with enterprise security teams to spot and shut down IoT device flaws.
Is Edtech the Greatest APT?
News  |  8/11/2020  | 
Educational technology is critical but can come at huge costs to student and teacher privacy and security. Are those costs too high?
EU-US Privacy Shield Dissolution: What Happens Next?
Commentary  |  8/11/2020  | 
In a world that isn't private by design, security and liability implications for US-based cloud companies are huge.
Gamifying Password Training Shows Security Benefits
News  |  8/10/2020  | 
When picking passwords, users often fall back on certain insecure patterns, but good habits can be learned using simple games, a group of researchers find.
Attack of the Clone: Next-Gen Social Engineering
News  |  8/5/2020  | 
NeoEYED CTO Tamaghna Basu tells us how he created an AI bot to mimic him, how it could be used in social engineering attacks, and what the experience taught him about the value of true human connections.


COVID-19: Latest Security News & Commentary
Dark Reading Staff 9/21/2020
Cybersecurity Bounces Back, but Talent Still Absent
Simone Petrella, Chief Executive Officer, CyberVista,  9/16/2020
Meet the Computer Scientist Who Helped Push for Paper Ballots
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  9/16/2020
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CVE-2020-6564
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-21
Inappropriate implementation in permissions in Google Chrome prior to 85.0.4183.83 allowed a remote attacker to spoof the contents of a permission dialog via a crafted HTML page.
CVE-2020-6565
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-21
Inappropriate implementation in Omnibox in Google Chrome on iOS prior to 85.0.4183.83 allowed a remote attacker to spoof the contents of the Omnibox (URL bar) via a crafted HTML page.
CVE-2020-6566
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-21
Insufficient policy enforcement in media in Google Chrome prior to 85.0.4183.83 allowed a remote attacker to leak cross-origin data via a crafted HTML page.
CVE-2020-6567
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-21
Insufficient validation of untrusted input in command line handling in Google Chrome on Windows prior to 85.0.4183.83 allowed a remote attacker to bypass navigation restrictions via a crafted HTML page.
CVE-2020-6568
PUBLISHED: 2020-09-21
Insufficient policy enforcement in intent handling in Google Chrome on Android prior to 85.0.4183.83 allowed a remote attacker to bypass navigation restrictions via a crafted HTML page.