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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in October 2015
Black Hat Europe 2015: Just the Attacks, Ma'am
Event Updates  |  10/27/2015  | 
Allow us to channel an early 2000, sweating, hyperkinetic Steve Ballmer: exploits, exploits, exploits, exploits! Today's Black Hat Europe 2015 Briefing highlights are all about novel and sometimes devastating new attacks against systems of all kinds. Can they get you as pumped up as Steve? Let's find out.
Black Hat Europe 2015: Gaps in the Corporate Armor
Event Updates  |  10/20/2015  | 
In today's Intel Update, we're going big... enterprise big, with a selection of Black Hat Europe 2015 Briefing highlights that focus on vulnerabilities affecting large organizations. Few targets are more tempting to criminals (or have more to lose) so let's take a peek at a few promisingly tender spots tucked behind corporate veils.
Black Hat Europe 2015: The Best Response
Event Updates  |  10/13/2015  | 
Forensics and incident response: two disciplines in ever-higher demand in today's world of subtle intrusions and stealthy attacks. This trio of Black Hat Europe 2015 Briefings highlights grapple with different aspects of the art of intelligent counter-intelligence.


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CVE-2021-37759
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-31
A Session ID leak in the DEBUG log file in Graylog before 4.1.2 allows attackers to escalate privileges (to the access level of the leaked session ID).
CVE-2021-37760
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-31
A Session ID leak in the audit log in Graylog before 4.1.2 allows attackers to escalate privileges (to the access level of the leaked session ID).
CVE-2020-26564
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-31
ObjectPlanet Opinio before 7.15 allows XXE attacks via three steps: modify a .css file to have <!ENTITY content, create a .xml file for a generic survey template (containing a link to this .css file), and import this .xml file at the survey/admin/folderSurvey.do?action=viewImportSurvey['importFil...
CVE-2020-26565
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-31
ObjectPlanet Opinio before 7.14 allows Expression Language Injection via the admin/permissionList.do from parameter. This can be used to retrieve possibly sensitive serverInfo data.
CVE-2020-26806
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-31
admin/file.do in ObjectPlanet Opinio before 7.15 allows Unrestricted File Upload of executable JSP files, resulting in remote code execution, because filePath can have directory traversal and fileContent can be valid JSP code.