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Content tagged with Vulnerability Management posted in June 2017
No-Name Security Incidents Caused as Many Tears as WannaCry, Pros Say
Quick Hits  |  6/27/2017  | 
Half of security pros say they've worked just as frantically this year to fix other incidents that the public never heard about.
The Folly of Vulnerability & Patch Management for ICS Networks
Commentary  |  6/21/2017  | 
Yes, such efforts matter. But depending on them can give a false sense of security.
Major Websites Vulnerable to their Own Back-End Servers
News  |  6/19/2017  | 
DoD, other websites found with back-end server flaws and misconfigurations that could give attackers an entryway to internal networks, researcher will demonstrate at Black Hat USA next month.
Survey: 58% of Security and Development Teams Play Nice
Quick Hits  |  6/14/2017  | 
Despite frequent talk of tension between software development and security teams, it turns out more than half of organizations surveyed have these two groups collaborating.
Your Information Isn't Being Hacked, It's Being Neglected
Commentary  |  6/9/2017  | 
To stop customer information from being compromised, we must shore up the most vulnerable parts first, the day-to-day IT operations work that builds, configures, and changes systems.
Security & Development: Better Together
Commentary  |  6/1/2017  | 
How DevSecOps removes the silos between security and application development teams so that everyone can work together at the same speed.
DNS Is Still the Achilles Heel of the Internet
Partner Perspectives  |  6/1/2017  | 
Domain Name Services is too important to do without, so we better make sure its reliable and incorruptible


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CVE-2022-44645
PUBLISHED: 2023-01-31
In Apache Linkis <=1.3.0 when used with the MySQL Connector/J, a deserialization vulnerability with possible remote code execution impact exists when an attacker has write access to a database and configures new datasource with a MySQL data source and malicious parameters. Therefore, the paramete...
CVE-2023-0591
PUBLISHED: 2023-01-31
ubireader_extract_files is vulnerable to path traversal when run against specifically crafted UBIFS files, allowing the attacker to overwrite files outside of the extraction directory (provided the process has write access to that file or directory). This is due to the fact that a node name (dent_no...
CVE-2023-0592
PUBLISHED: 2023-01-31
A path traversal vulnerability affects jefferson's JFFS2 filesystem extractor. By crafting malicious JFFS2 files, attackers could force jefferson to write outside of the extraction directory.This issue affects jefferson: before 0.4.1.
CVE-2023-0593
PUBLISHED: 2023-01-31
A path traversal vulnerability affects yaffshiv YAFFS filesystem extractor. By crafting a malicious YAFFS file, an attacker could force yaffshiv to write outside of the extraction directory. This issue affects yaffshiv up to version 0.1 included, which is the most recent at time of publication.
CVE-2023-24829
PUBLISHED: 2023-01-31
Incorrect Authorization vulnerability in Apache Software Foundation Apache IoTDB.This issue affects the iotdb-web-workbench component from 0.13.0 before 0.13.3. iotdb-web-workbench is an optional component of IoTDB, providing a web console of the database. This problem is fixed from version 0.13.3 o...