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Content posted in August 2018
7 Steps to Start Searching with Shodan
Slideshows  |  8/29/2018  | 
The right know-how can turn the search engine for Internet-connected devices into a powerful tool for security professionals.
Why CISOs Should Make Friends With Their CMOs
Slideshows  |  8/27/2018  | 
A partnership between IT security and marketing could offer many benefits to each group and to the entire enterprise.
6 Reasons Security Awareness Programs Go Wrong
Slideshows  |  8/23/2018  | 
While plenty of progress has been made on the training front, there's still some work ahead in getting the word out and doing so effectively.
7 Serious IoT Vulnerabilities
Slideshows  |  8/21/2018  | 
A growing number of employees have various IoT devices in their homes where they're also connecting to an enterprise network to do their work. And that means significant threats loom.
2018 Pwnie Awards: Who Pwned, Who Got Pwned
Slideshows  |  8/15/2018  | 
A team of security experts round up the best and worst of the year in cybersecurity at Black Hat 2018.
6 Eye-Raising Third-Party Breaches
Slideshows  |  8/10/2018  | 
This year's headlines have featured a number of high-profile exposures caused by third parties working on behalf of major brands.
10 Threats Lurking on the Dark Web
Slideshows  |  8/8/2018  | 
Despite some high-profile takedowns last year, the Dark Web remains alive and well. Here's a compilation of some of the more prolific threats that loom.
Mastering MITRE's ATT&CK Matrix
Slideshows  |  8/6/2018  | 
This breakdown of Mitre's model for cyberattacks and defense can help organizations understand the stages of attack events and, ultimately, build better security.
6 Ways DevOps Can Supercharge Security
Slideshows  |  8/2/2018  | 
Security teams have a huge opportunity to make major inroads by embracing the DevOps movement.


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Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
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Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2021-42258
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
BQE BillQuick Web Suite 2018 through 2021 before 22.0.9.1 allows SQL injection for unauthenticated remote code execution, as exploited in the wild in October 2021 for ransomware installation. SQL injection can, for example, use the txtID (aka username) parameter. Successful exploitation can include ...
CVE-2020-28968
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
Draytek VigorAP 1000C contains a stored cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the RADIUS Setting - RADIUS Server Configuration module. This vulnerability allows attackers to execute arbitrary web scripts or HTML via a crafted payload in the username input field.
CVE-2020-28969
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
Aplioxio PDF ShapingUp 5.0.0.139 contains a buffer overflow which allows attackers to cause a denial of service (DoS) via a crafted PDF file.
CVE-2020-36485
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
Portable Ltd Playable v9.18 was discovered to contain an arbitrary file upload vulnerability in the filename parameter of the upload module. This vulnerability allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted JPEG file.
CVE-2020-36486
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
Swift File Transfer Mobile v1.1.2 and below was discovered to contain a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability via the 'path' parameter of the 'list' and 'download' exception-handling.