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Content posted in April 2016
6 Steps for Responding to a Disruptive Attack
Slideshows  |  4/29/2016  | 
Todays threat landscape dictates that companies must have a workable incident response plan.
10 Newsmakers Who Shaped Security In the Past Decade
Slideshows  |  4/28/2016  | 
In celebration of Dark Readings 10th anniversary, we profile ten people whose actions influenced and shaped the trajectory of the industry for better or for worse -- in the past ten years.
Top 10 Web Hacking Techniques For 2015
Slideshows  |  4/27/2016  | 
The most influential research on vulnerabilities and exploits, as voted on by the security community.
10 Tips for Securing Your SAP Implementation
Slideshows  |  4/23/2016  | 
Without clear ownership of security for a critical business platform like SAP, it should come as no surprise that SAP cybersecurity continues to fall through the cracks among IT, admin, security and InfoSec teams.
5 Features to Look For In A Next-Generation Firewall
Slideshows  |  4/22/2016  | 
When it comes to NGFWs, its the integration that counts.
A Brief History Of Ransomware
Slideshows  |  4/21/2016  | 
A top ten chronicle of more than a decade of notable ransomware variants and trends.
8 Active APT Groups To Watch
Slideshows  |  4/16/2016  | 
Ever wonder who's behind some of the attacks we hear about in the news? Here are eight advanced persistent threat (APT) groups that operate some of the most successful and well-known malware campaigns worldwide.
How To Prepare For A DDoS Attack: 10 Steps
Slideshows  |  4/15/2016  | 
Like a hurricane or a flood, a DDoS is a crisis. Follow these 10 steps to prepare for an attack before it hits.
10 Things Cyber Insurance Won't Cover
Slideshows  |  4/14/2016  | 
Cyber insurance policies come with some important caveats to keep in mind.
The 8 Most Convincing Phishing Schemes Of 2016
Slideshows  |  4/9/2016  | 
The year is young and high-profile phishing attacks keep coming seemingly every week. Here are eight reasons why security pros have to get serious about combating phishing.
10 Cybersecurity Twitter Profiles To Watch
Slideshows  |  4/7/2016  | 
If youre responsible for an information security program, check out these influencers to follow.
7 Biggest Trends Bubbling Up For Interop
Slideshows  |  4/6/2016  | 
CISOs and security leaders will find security is top of mind at Interop, when risk management intersects with some of the biggest themes likely to come out of the show.


Election Websites, Back-End Systems Most at Risk of Cyberattack in Midterms
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  8/14/2018
Intel Reveals New Spectre-Like Vulnerability
Curtis Franklin Jr., Senior Editor at Dark Reading,  8/15/2018
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CVE-2018-13435
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-16
** DISPUTED ** An issue was discovered in the LINE jp.naver.line application 8.8.0 for iOS. The Passcode feature allows authentication bypass via runtime manipulation that forces a certain method to disable passcode authentication. NOTE: the vendor indicates that this is not an attack of interest w...
CVE-2018-13446
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-16
** DISPUTED ** An issue was discovered in the LINE jp.naver.line application 8.8.1 for Android. The Passcode feature allows authentication bypass via runtime manipulation that forces a certain method's return value to true. In other words, an attacker could authenticate with an arbitrary passcode. ...
CVE-2018-14567
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-16
libxml2 2.9.8, if --with-lzma is used, allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service (infinite loop) via a crafted XML file that triggers LZMA_MEMLIMIT_ERROR, as demonstrated by xmllint, a different vulnerability than CVE-2015-8035 and CVE-2018-9251.
CVE-2018-15122
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-16
An issue found in Progress Telerik JustAssembly through 2018.1.323.2 and JustDecompile through 2018.2.605.0 makes it possible to execute code by decompiling a compiled .NET object (such as DLL or EXE) with an embedded resource file by clicking on the resource.
CVE-2018-11509
PUBLISHED: 2018-08-16
ASUSTOR ADM 3.1.0.RFQ3 uses the same default root:admin username and password as it does for the NAS itself for applications that are installed from the online repository. This may allow an attacker to login and upload a webshell.