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Content tagged with Security Monitoring posted in October 2010
Government Ready For Cybersecurity Deadline, Officials Say
News  |  10/18/2010  | 
In opposition to earlier reports, the federal government says agencies are prepared for the November launch of the CyberScope reporting tool.
School District Settles Webcam Spy Case For $610,000
News  |  10/13/2010  | 
The Lower Merion School District, accused of spying on students using school-issued laptops, has agreed to settle a suit brought on behalf of two students.
Dragging Physical Security Monitoring Into 2010
Commentary  |  10/13/2010  | 
It is fairly common to see router, firewall, and intrusion-detection system logs in addition to server, workstation, and application logs consolidated within an enterprise security information management (ESIM) system. Logs generated from network-based devices are generally responsible for the bulk of logs monitored by an ESIM, with the remainder consisting of logs from the various endpoints and software deployed throughout the infrastructure. Perhaps one of the most overlooked sources of data t
Monitoring With Network Flow Technology
Commentary  |  10/11/2010  | 
A network flow is a data entity that contains information related to a unidirectional sequence of packets on an IP network. Comprised of source and destination port and IP address information as well as IP protocol, ingress interface, and type of service (ToS) entries, the data (organized as flow records) serves to provide high-level insight into what is happening on the network. Every major routing and switching infrastructure vendor supports the generation of network flows in some iteration.


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PUBLISHED: 2021-10-15
Mitsubishi Electric SmartRTU devices allow remote attackers to obtain sensitive information (directory listing and source code) via a direct request to the /web URI.
CVE-2018-16061
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-15
Mitsubishi Electric SmartRTU devices allow XSS via the username parameter or PATH_INFO to login.php.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-10-15
Yealink Device Management (DM) 3.6.0.20 allows command injection as root via the /sm/api/v1/firewall/zone/services URI, without authentication.
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IBM Cognos Analytics 11.1.7 and 11.2.0 contains locally cached browser data, that could allow a local attacker to obtain sensitive information.
CVE-2021-28021
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-15
Buffer overflow vulnerability in function stbi__extend_receive in stb_image.h in stb 2.26 via a crafted JPEG file.