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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in December 2017
Avoiding Micro-Segmentation Pitfalls: A Phased Approach to Implementation
Commentary  |  12/29/2017  | 
Micro-segmentation is very achievable. While it can feel daunting, you can succeed by proactively being aware of and avoiding these roadblocks.
Advanced Deception: How It Works & Why Attackers Hate It
Commentary  |  12/18/2017  | 
While cyberattacks continue to grow, deception-based technology is providing accurate and scalable detection and response to in-network threats.
What Slugs in a Garden Can Teach Us About Security
Commentary  |  12/8/2017  | 
Design principles observed in nature serve as a valuable model to improve organizations' security approaches.
Rutkowska: Trust Makes Us Vulnerable
News  |  12/7/2017  | 
Offensive security researcher Joanna Rutkowska explains why trust in technology can put users at risk.
6 Personality Profiles of White-Hat Hackers
Slideshows  |  12/5/2017  | 
From making the Internet safer to promoting their security careers, bug bounty hunters have a broad range of motivators for hacking most just like the challenge.
Deception: Why It's Not Just Another Honeypot
Commentary  |  12/1/2017  | 
The technology has made huge strides in evolving from limited, static capabilities to adaptive, machine learning deception.


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Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2022-42002
PUBLISHED: 2022-10-01
SonicJS through 0.6.0 allows file overwrite. It has the following mutations that are used for updating files: fileCreate and fileUpdate. Both of these mutations can be called without any authentication to overwrite any files on a SonicJS application, leading to Arbitrary File Write and Delete.
CVE-2022-39268
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-30
### Impact In a CSRF attack, an innocent end user is tricked by an attacker into submitting a web request that they did not intend. This may cause actions to be performed on the website that can include inadvertent client or server data leakage, change of session state, or manipulation of an end use...
CVE-2022-34428
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-30
Dell Hybrid Client prior to version 1.8 contains a Regular Expression Denial of Service Vulnerability in the UI. An adversary with WMS group admin access could potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to temporary denial-of-service.
CVE-2022-34429
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-30
Dell Hybrid Client below 1.8 version contains a Zip Slip Vulnerability in UI. A guest privilege attacker could potentially exploit this vulnerability, leading to system files modification.
CVE-2022-40923
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-30
A vulnerability in the LIEF::MachO::SegmentCommand::virtual_address function of LIEF v0.12.1 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (DOS) through a segmentation fault via a crafted MachO file.