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Content tagged with Black Hat posted in May 2016
Black Hat USA 2016: Mobile Hacking
Event Updates  |  5/17/2016  | 
Over 1.4 billion people across the world are using Android devices, according to Google. Unlike Apples iOS, Android is not tied to a specific manufacturer, allowing it to account for 81.6% of the smartphone operating system market (Statistica). However, since Android dominates the smartphone market, it presents an ideal opportunity for hackers to tap into a large base of user information. Its essential for Android users, as well as iOS users, to learn how to protect themselves.
Black Hat USA 2016: Locking Down Your Platform Security
Event Updates  |  5/3/2016  | 
Only 38% of international organizations reveal they feel prepared to handle a sophisticated cyberattack, according to ISACA International (2015 Global Cybersecurity Status Report). The refinement of hacking technology is continuously evolving and learning how to heighten your security measures is critical. Not taking an active role in improving platform security could put your companys proprietary information at risk.


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PUBLISHED: 2021-05-14
An HTTP Request Smuggling vulnerability in Pulse Secure Virtual Traffic Manager before 21.1 could allow an attacker to smuggle an HTTP request through an HTTP/2 Header. This vulnerability is resolved in 21.1, 20.3R1, 20.2R1, 20.1R2, 19.2R4, and 18.2R3.
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PUBLISHED: 2021-05-13
The Flask-Caching extension through 1.10.1 for Flask relies on Pickle for serialization, which may lead to remote code execution or local privilege escalation. If an attacker gains access to cache storage (e.g., filesystem, Memcached, Redis, etc.), they can construct a crafted payload, poison the ca...
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PUBLISHED: 2021-05-13
Bitcoin Core 0.12.0 through 0.21.1 does not properly implement the replacement policy specified in BIP125, which makes it easier for attackers to trigger a loss of funds, or a denial of service attack against downstream projects such as Lightning network nodes. An unconfirmed child transaction with ...