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Content posted in November 2010
Slide Show: DDoS With The Slow HTTP POST Attack
Slideshows  |  11/29/2010  | 
Researchers demonstrate attack that picks on inherent flaw in HTTP
5 Airport Body Scanner Patents Stripped Down
Slideshows  |  11/29/2010  | 
Here's a deep dive on five patents applying X-ray backscatter technology to airport contraband detection. These screening machines have been much in the news recently, amid controversy regarding both their effectiveness and the amount of radiation exposure to which travelers are subjected. The patents we'll look at are from prime players in the airport body scanner field. This list is led by Rapiscan Systems Inc. , of Torrance, Calif., which in 2009 won the TSA contract to supply whole-body imag
Slide Show: Extreme And Alternative Authentication Methods
Slideshows  |  11/16/2010  | 
Passwords are the weakest link in access control, but there are plenty of other, less-traveled options for authentication
Slideshow: Ten Free Security Monitoring Tools
Slideshows  |  11/8/2010  | 
Freebie apps can save you money, but deployment may not be so free
How Firesheep Can Hijack Web Sessions
Slideshows  |  11/2/2010  | 
Firesheep is a Firefox extension used to hijack web sessions, usually used over WiFi networks. Firesheep doesn't steal usernames and passwords, instead it copies session cookies used on authenticated websites. These are then used to impersonate the hijacked connection. Session hijacking, or sidejacking is a well known problem, ranking 3rd on OWASP's (Open Web Application Security Project) Top 10 Application Security Risk list. Attackers using Firesheep just need access to network traffic -- such


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CVE-2021-46481
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-25
Jsish v3.5.0 was discovered to contain a memory leak via linenoise at src/linenoise.c.
CVE-2021-46482
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-25
Jsish v3.5.0 was discovered to contain a heap buffer overflow via NumberConstructor at src/jsiNumber.c.
CVE-2021-46483
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-25
Jsish v3.5.0 was discovered to contain a heap buffer overflow via BooleanConstructor at src/jsiBool.c.
CVE-2021-44988
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-25
Jerryscript v3.0.0 and below was discovered to contain a stack overflow via ecma_find_named_property in ecma-helpers.c.
CVE-2021-44992
PUBLISHED: 2022-01-25
There is an Assertion ''ecma_object_is_typedarray (obj_p)'' failed at /jerry-core/ecma/operations/ecma-typedarray-object.c in Jerryscript 3.0.0.