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Tech Insight: Hacking The Nest Thermostat
Last Message: 12/31/2014
 |  Comments: 6
Why Digital Forensics In Incident Response Matter More Now
Last Message: 12/29/2014
 |  Comments: 6
The Coolest Hacks Of 2014
Last Message: 12/29/2014
 |  Comments: 9
Obama: U.S. Will Respond 'Proportionately' to Sony Cyber Attack
Last Message: 12/28/2014
 |  Comments: 20
North Korea's Internet Restored
Last Message: 12/27/2014
 |  Comments: 7
Time to Rethink Patching Strategies
Last Message: 12/26/2014
 |  Comments: 14
Security News No One Saw Coming In 2014
Last Message: 12/24/2014
 |  Comments: 12
CISO Holiday Bookshelf
Last Message: 12/22/2014
 |  Comments: 1
5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Running Your SOC
Last Message: 12/22/2014
 |  Comments: 6
New OpenSSL Flaw Exposes SSL To Man-In-The-Middle Attack
Last Message: 12/22/2014
 |  Comments: 10
The Internet's Winter Of Discontent
Last Message: 12/22/2014
 |  Comments: 1
'Grinch' Bug May Affect Most Linux Systems
Last Message: 12/22/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Sony Hackers Knew Details Of Sony's Entire IT Infrastructure
Last Message: 12/22/2014
 |  Comments: 32
The New Target for State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks: Applications
Last Message: 12/19/2014
 |  Comments: 1
How to Become a CISO
Last Message: 12/17/2014
 |  Comments: 87
Price Tag Rises For Stolen Identities Sold In The Underground
Last Message: 12/17/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Targeted Attacks: A Defender's Playbook
Last Message: 12/16/2014
 |  Comments: 3
FBI Calls For Law Facilitating Security Information Sharing
Last Message: 12/15/2014
 |  Comments: 2
Attackers Turn Focus to PoS Vendors
Last Message: 12/14/2014
 |  Comments: 1
DARPA Investigates Storytelling As Security Science
Last Message: 12/14/2014
 |  Comments: 1
'DeathRing' Malware Found Pre-Installed On Smartphones
Last Message: 12/12/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Ex-NSA Agents' Security Startup Lands $8 Million In Funding
Last Message: 12/11/2014
 |  Comments: 4
"Can The NSA Really Track Turned-Off Cellphones?"
Last Message: 12/11/2014
 |  Comments: 10
Breach Security 101
Last Message: 12/10/2014
 |  Comments: 1
'Inception' Cyber Espionage Campaign Targets PCs, Smartphones
Last Message: 12/10/2014
 |  Comments: 1
Employees Still Get More Access Than They Need
Last Message: 12/10/2014
 |  Comments: 1
Moving Beyond 2-Factor Authentication With Context
Last Message: 12/9/2014
 |  Comments: 11
2014: The Year of Shaken Trust
Last Message: 12/9/2014
 |  Comments: 1
Internet Of Things Devices Are Doomed
Last Message: 12/6/2014
 |  Comments: 10
Why Regin Malware Changes Threatscape Economics
Last Message: 12/5/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Q&A: Internet Encryption As The New Normal
Last Message: 12/4/2014
 |  Comments: 6
New TLS/SSL Version Ready In 2015
Last Message: 12/4/2014
 |  Comments: 2
The Case for Compelling Executive Dashboards
Last Message: 12/4/2014
 |  Comments: 4
The Real Cost of Cyber Incidents, According To Insurers
Last Message: 12/4/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Leveraging The Kill Chain For Awesome
Last Message: 12/4/2014
 |  Comments: 1
How I Became a CISO: Jonathan Trull, Qualys
Last Message: 12/3/2014
 |  Comments: 1
How Startups Can Jumpstart Security Innovation
Last Message: 12/3/2014
 |  Comments: 1
Why We Need Better Cyber Security: A Graphical Snapshot
Last Message: 12/3/2014
 |  Comments: 13
Cybercrooks Expand Sights To Market Manipulation
Last Message: 12/2/2014
 |  Comments: 2
Marrying Monitoring With IAM
Last Message: 12/2/2014
 |  Comments: 2
Youre Doing BYOD Wrong: These Numbers Prove It
Last Message: 12/2/2014
 |  Comments: 4
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CVE-2018-11232
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-18
The etm_setup_aux function in drivers/hwtracing/coresight/coresight-etm-perf.c in the Linux kernel before 4.10.2 allows attackers to cause a denial of service (panic) because a parameter is incorrectly used as a local variable.
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PUBLISHED: 2018-05-17
In Qualcomm Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android with all Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, the camera application triggers "user-memory-access" issue as the Camera CPP module Linux driver directly accesses the application provided buffer, which resides in u...
CVE-2018-3567
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-17
In Qualcomm Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android with all Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, a buffer overflow vulnerability exists in WLAN while processing the HTT_T2H_MSG_TYPE_PEER_MAP or HTT_T2H_MSG_TYPE_PEER_UNMAP messages.
CVE-2018-3568
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-17
In Qualcomm Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android with all Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, in __wlan_hdd_cfg80211_vendor_scan(), a buffer overwrite can potentially occur.
CVE-2018-5827
PUBLISHED: 2018-05-17
In Qualcomm Android for MSM, Firefox OS for MSM, and QRD Android with all Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel, a buffer overflow vulnerability exists in WLAN while processing an extscan hotlist event.