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Content posted in September 2016
10 Hottest Sessions At Black Hat Europe 2016
Slideshows  |  9/30/2016  | 
A sneak-peek at some of the more intriguing Briefings at the upcoming conference in London.
25 Security Vendors To Watch
Slideshows  |  9/27/2016  | 
A wave of security companies are armed with technologies to help businesses mitigate the next generation of cyberattacks. Who are these vendors and what can they offer?
State Of The Exploit Kit
Slideshows  |  9/26/2016  | 
Exploit kit traffic is down considerably following the demise of Nuclear and Angler, but many researchers see it only as a temporary disruption.
7 Ways Cloud Alters The Security Equation
Slideshows  |  9/23/2016  | 
Would-be and existing customers must understand that security isn't set-and-forget just because it resides in the cloud.
10 Ways To Lock Down Third-Party Risk
Slideshows  |  9/22/2016  | 
Experts share ideas for closing potential security holes that leave organizations open to attack.
Top Colleges For Cybersecurity
Slideshows  |  9/19/2016  | 
Check out these respected post-secondary U.S. cybersecurity education programs at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
5 Law Enforcement & Emergency Response Bodies IT Departments Should Know
Slideshows  |  9/14/2016  | 
It's smart for businesses to strengthen their relationships with law enforcement before a cyberattack takes place. Whom should they contact, and how will it help after a breach?
Cybersecurity In The Obama Era
Slideshows  |  9/13/2016  | 
Our roundup of the Obama administrations major initiatives, executive orders and actions over the past seven and a half years. How would you grade the president's cybersecurity achievements?
8 Ways IoT Manufacturers Can Improve Security
Slideshows  |  9/9/2016  | 
New guidelines issued by the Online Trust Alliance offer ways to lock down IoT devices.
8 Security Categories Healthcare Providers Need to Improve On
Slideshows  |  9/6/2016  | 
A new survey by HIMSS finds that many providers dont even cover the basics of IT security.
Cloud Security Alliance: 10 Ways To Achieve Access Control For Big Data
Slideshows  |  9/3/2016  | 
A look at granular access control of the big data security and privacy.


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.