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Finding The Balance Between Compliance & Security
Last Message: 1/31/2014
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Angry Birds Site Toppled After Surveillance Report
Last Message: 1/31/2014
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Target Hackers Tapped Vendor Credentials
Last Message: 1/31/2014
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The Scariest End-User Security Question: What Changed?
Last Message: 1/30/2014
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Target Mocks, Not Helps, Its Data Breach Victims
Last Message: 1/29/2014
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Michaels Stores Investigates Data Breach
Last Message: 1/29/2014
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Cloud Gazing: 3 Security Trends To Watch
Last Message: 1/27/2014
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How & Why Cloud Security Will Empower Users
Last Message: 1/27/2014
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Future Shock: The Internet of Compromised Things
Last Message: 1/24/2014
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Target Breach: 5 Unanswered Security Questions
Last Message: 1/24/2014
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HIPAA, SOX & PCI: The Coming Compliance Crisis In IT Security
Last Message: 1/24/2014
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China Blames Massive Internet Blackout On Hackers
Last Message: 1/24/2014
 |  Comments: 7
Google Chrome Allows Eavesdropping, Researcher Claims
Last Message: 1/23/2014
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Politically Motivated Cyberattackers Adopt New Tactics
Last Message: 1/23/2014
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Malware: More Hype Than Reality
Last Message: 1/22/2014
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"Windows XP Security Apocalypse: Prepare To Be Pwned"
Last Message: 1/22/2014
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"Q&A: FedRAMP Director Discusses Cloud Security Innovation"
Last Message: 1/21/2014
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What Healthcare Can Teach Us About App Security
Last Message: 1/21/2014
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Why I Pulled Out Of The RSA Conference
Last Message: 1/21/2014
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"10 Cyber Threats Small Businesses Can't Ignore"
Last Message: 1/17/2014
 |  Comments: 2
6 Ways To Strengthen Web App Security
Last Message: 1/17/2014
 |  Comments: 1
Java 'Icefog' Malware Variant Infects US Businesses
Last Message: 1/16/2014
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Target Breach: 8 Facts On Memory-Scraping Malware
Last Message: 1/16/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Cartoon: Forgot Password? Click Here
Last Message: 1/16/2014
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Blackphone Promises To Block Snooping
Last Message: 1/15/2014
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Feds Fail To Secure Mobile Devices
Last Message: 1/15/2014
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9 Security Experts Boycott RSA Conference
Last Message: 1/15/2014
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Neiman Marcus, Target Data Breaches: 8 Facts
Last Message: 1/15/2014
 |  Comments: 8
Target Breach Widens: 70 Million Warned
Last Message: 1/13/2014
 |  Comments: 6
NSA Fallout: Why Foreign Firms Wont Buy American Tech
Last Message: 1/13/2014
 |  Comments: 9
Mobility & Cloud: A Double Whammy For Securing Data
Last Message: 1/11/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Beware PowerLocker Ransomware
Last Message: 1/9/2014
 |  Comments: 6
Yahoo Ads Hack Spreads Malware
Last Message: 1/8/2014
 |  Comments: 8
Snapchat Breach: What's Next
Last Message: 1/7/2014
 |  Comments: 6
OpenSSL Says Breach Did Not Involve Corrupted Hypervisor
Last Message: 1/7/2014
 |  Comments: 3
How Cloud Security Drives Business Agility
Last Message: 1/7/2014
 |  Comments: 5
Physical & Network Security: Better Together In 2014
Last Message: 1/7/2014
 |  Comments: 11
Name That Toon: Contest Winners Named
Last Message: 1/6/2014
 |  Comments: 4
2013: The Year Of Security Certification Bashing
Last Message: 1/6/2014
 |  Comments: 16
9 Notorious Hackers Of 2013
Last Message: 1/6/2014
 |  Comments: 8
RSA Denies Trading Security For NSA Payout
Last Message: 1/4/2014
 |  Comments: 13
7 Reasons Why Bitcoin Attacks Will Continue
Last Message: 1/3/2014
 |  Comments: 7
Bitcoin Thefts Surge, DDoS Hackers Take Millions
Last Message: 1/3/2014
 |  Comments: 23
Security, Privacy & The Democratization Of Data
Last Message: 1/3/2014
 |  Comments: 11
The Coolest Hacks Of 2013
Last Message: 1/2/2014
 |  Comments: 3
The Fuzzy Future Of Identity Management
Last Message: 1/2/2014
 |  Comments: 2


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The secp256k1-js package before 1.1.0 for Node.js implements ECDSA without required r and s validation, leading to signature forgery.
CVE-2022-23463
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-24
Nepxion Discovery is a solution for Spring Cloud. Discover is vulnerable to SpEL Injection in discovery-commons. DiscoveryExpressionResolver’s eval method is evaluating expression with a StandardEvaluationContext, allowing the expression to reach and interact with Java classes suc...
CVE-2022-23464
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-24
Nepxion Discovery is a solution for Spring Cloud. Discovery is vulnerable to a potential Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF). RouterResourceImpl uses RestTemplate’s getForEntity to retrieve the contents of a URL containing user-controlled input, potentially resulting in Information...
CVE-2022-23461
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-24
Jodit Editor is a WYSIWYG editor written in pure TypeScript without the use of additional libraries. Jodit Editor is vulnerable to XSS attacks when pasting specially constructed input. This issue has not been fully patched. There are no known workarounds.
CVE-2022-36025
PUBLISHED: 2022-09-24
Besu is a Java-based Ethereum client. In versions newer than 22.1.3 and prior to 22.7.1, Besu is subject to an Incorrect Conversion between Numeric Types. An error in 32 bit signed and unsigned types in the calculation of available gas in the CALL operations (including DELEGATECALL) results in incor...