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Content posted in August 2016
XOR Data Exchange employs Dark Web in fighting fraud
Products and Releases  |  8/31/2016  | 
Startup offers comprehensive identity theft protection through data synthesis
Bay Dynamics Announces Major Enhancements to Flagship Cyber Risk Analytics Platform
Products and Releases  |  8/29/2016  | 
New Version of Risk Fabric Prioritizes Threats and Vulnerabilities, Deputizes Line-of-Business Leaders and Automates Cyber Risk Management
Accenture to Acquire Australian Security Company Redcore
Products and Releases  |  8/23/2016  | 
Acquisition Will Expand Accenture Securitys Offerings, Presence in Asia-Pacific
CrowdStrike Expands eCrime Offerings for Organizations to Combat Rampant Financially Motivated Cyber Attacks
Products and Releases  |  8/15/2016  | 
New Tiered Packages Provide Customers with Enhanced Threat Intelligence Reporting
Accenture Launches New FusionX Incident Response Services Globally
Products and Releases  |  8/15/2016  | 
New capability mimics adversarial thinking to help organizations understand, mitigate cyber threats
Untangle Announces Revolutionary Wi-Fi Router Operating System
Products and Releases  |  8/10/2016  | 
New OS for Home Wi-Fi Routers Includes Full NGFW Features
Kudelski Security Expands Into U.S. Market to Address Demand for Advanced Cybersecurity Solutions
Products and Releases  |  8/10/2016  | 
Swiss cybersecurity leader brings unmatched history of innovation, deep engineering expertise and a new solutions perspective to help defend against advanced threats, ongoing attacks


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PUBLISHED: 2019-10-17
WordPress before 5.2.4 is vulnerable to a stored XSS attack to inject JavaScript into STYLE elements.
CVE-2019-17673
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-17
WordPress before 5.2.4 is vulnerable to poisoning of the cache of JSON GET requests because certain requests lack a Vary: Origin header.
CVE-2019-17674
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-17
WordPress before 5.2.4 is vulnerable to stored XSS (cross-site scripting) via the Customizer.
CVE-2019-17675
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-17
WordPress before 5.2.4 does not properly consider type confusion during validation of the referer in the admin pages, possibly leading to CSRF.
CVE-2019-17676
PUBLISHED: 2019-10-17
app/system/admin/admin/index.class.php in MetInfo 7.0.0beta allows a CSRF attack to add a user account via a doSaveSetup action to admin/index.php, as demonstrated by an admin/?n=admin&c=index&a=doSaveSetup URI.