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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in April 2015
Black Hat USA 2015: Pentesting: The Final Tier
Event Updates  |  4/30/2015  | 
In case Black Hat USA 2015's beginner-level and intermediate-level penetration test programming seemed unsuited to your skill level, today we present our final tier of penetration testing trainings. If these advanced courses don't raise an eyebrow, well, maybe you should be teaching one, too.
Black Hat USA 2015: Corporate (Cyber)Warfare
Event Updates  |  4/21/2015  | 
Few targets are more tempting to criminals (or have more to lose) than corporate enterprises, so enterprises can't afford to slack off on cybersecurity. Today's three Black Hat USA 2015 training highlights explore aspects of high-end enterprise security.
Black Hat USA 2015: Back in Hack
Event Updates  |  4/9/2015  | 
Hacking: the art of making systems do things designers didn't expect. Today's trio of trainings, which will all be on offer at Black Hat USA 2015, revolve around ways to slip past defenses and open the door to ownage.
Black Hat USA 2015: Online Habits of 800 lb. Gorillas
Event Updates  |  4/7/2015  | 
When it comes to cyber security, there are no scarier adversaries than militaries and nation states; which, as a rule, tend to have unknown and highly potent resources at their disposal. Today, we look at a trio of Black Hat USA 2015 Trainings that touch on the shadowy world of government InfoSec.
Black Hat USA 2015: Barkeep, Another Round of Pentests
Event Updates  |  4/1/2015  | 
Three weeks ago, we inaugurated a series of intel updates with a glimpse at the beginner-level pentest trainings you'll find at Black Hat USA 2015. Now that everyone's well rested, let's take a look at the show's more intermediate-level trainings.


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PUBLISHED: 2021-05-15
A XSS Vulnerability in /uploads/dede/action_search.php in DedeCMS V5.7 SP2 allows an authenticated user to execute remote arbitrary code via the keyword parameter.
CVE-2021-32073
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-15
DedeCMS V5.7 SP2 contains a CSRF vulnerability that allows a remote attacker to send a malicious request to to the web manager allowing remote code execution.
CVE-2021-33033
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
The Linux kernel before 5.11.14 has a use-after-free in cipso_v4_genopt in net/ipv4/cipso_ipv4.c because the CIPSO and CALIPSO refcounting for the DOI definitions is mishandled, aka CID-ad5d07f4a9cd. This leads to writing an arbitrary value.
CVE-2021-33034
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
In the Linux kernel before 5.12.4, net/bluetooth/hci_event.c has a use-after-free when destroying an hci_chan, aka CID-5c4c8c954409. This leads to writing an arbitrary value.
CVE-2019-25044
PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
The block subsystem in the Linux kernel before 5.2 has a use-after-free that can lead to arbitrary code execution in the kernel context and privilege escalation, aka CID-c3e2219216c9. This is related to blk_mq_free_rqs and blk_cleanup_queue.