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Content posted in September 2018
7 Most Prevalent Phishing Subject Lines
Slideshows  |  9/28/2018  | 
The most popular subject lines crafted to trick targets into opening malicious messages, gleaned from thousands of phishing emails.
Mirai Authors Escape Jail Time But Here Are 7 Other Criminal Hackers Who Didn't
Slideshows  |  9/26/2018  | 
Courts are getting tougher on the cybercrooks than some might realize.
6 Dark Web Pricing Trends
Slideshows  |  9/24/2018  | 
For cybercriminals, the Dark Web grows more profitable every day.
6 Security Training Hacks to Increase Cyber IQ Org-Wide
Slideshows  |  9/21/2018  | 
Move beyond generic, annual security awareness training with these important tips.
8 Keys to a Successful Penetration Test
Slideshows  |  9/19/2018  | 
Pen tests are expensive, but there are key factors that can make them worth the investment.
8 Cryptomining Malware Families to Keep on the Radar
Slideshows  |  9/12/2018  | 
Cryptojacking attacks at the hands of cryptomining malware is on the rise as these variants of Trojans, worms, and exploit kits make their rounds.
The Equifax Breach One Year Later: 6 Action Items for Security Pros
Slideshows  |  9/10/2018  | 
The Equifax breach last September was the largest consumer breach in history. We talked to experts about lessons learned and steps companies can take to prevent and minimize future breaches.
8 Attack Vectors Puncturing Cloud Environments
Slideshows  |  9/7/2018  | 
These methods may not yet be on your security team's radar, but given their impact, they should be.
7 Ways Blockchain is Being Used for Security
Slideshows  |  9/5/2018  | 
Blockchain is being used as a security tool. If you haven't thought about adopting it, you might want to reconsider your take.


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I Smell a RAT! New Cybersecurity Threats for the Crypto Industry
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Robert Lemos, Contributing Writer,  7/7/2021
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It's in the Game (but It Shouldn't Be)
Tal Memran, Cybersecurity Expert, CYE,  7/9/2021
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CVE-2021-23416
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
This affects all versions of package curly-bracket-parser. When used as a template library, it does not properly sanitize the user input.
CVE-2021-23417
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
All versions of package deepmergefn are vulnerable to Prototype Pollution via deepMerge function.
CVE-2021-23415
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
This affects the package elFinder.AspNet before 1.1.1. The user-controlled file name is not properly sanitized before it is used to create a file system path.
CVE-2020-4974
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
IBM Jazz Foundation products are vulnerable to server side request forgery (SSRF). This may allow an authenticated attacker to send unauthorized requests from the system, potentially leading to network enumeration or facilitating other attacks. IBM X-Force ID: 192434.
CVE-2020-5004
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
IBM Jazz Foundation products are vulnerable to cross-site scripting. This vulnerability allows users to embed arbitrary JavaScript code in the Web UI thus altering the intended functionality potentially leading to credentials disclosure within a trusted session. IBM X-Force ID: 192957.