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Apple SSL Vulnerability: 6 Facts
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IBM Software Vulnerabilities Spiked In 2013
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RSA: Juniper Security Chief Blasts Apathy
Last Message: 2/27/2014
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Apple Patches Mavericks SSL Flaw: Update Now
Last Message: 2/26/2014
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How I Secure My Personal Cloud
Last Message: 2/25/2014
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"How To Protect Big Data Analytics"
Last Message: 2/23/2014
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WebView Exploit Affects Most Android Phones
Last Message: 2/20/2014
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Bye, Bitcoin: Criminals Seek Other Crypto Currency
Last Message: 2/20/2014
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'Connect': A Modern Approach To Mobile, Cloud Identity
Last Message: 2/19/2014
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Data Breach Notifications: Time For Tough Love
Last Message: 2/18/2014
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Snowman Attack Campaign Targets IE10 Zero-Day Bug
Last Message: 2/18/2014
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4 Hurdles That Trip Security Analytics Efforts
Last Message: 2/18/2014
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Crooks Hijack ATM Using USB Stick
Last Message: 2/15/2014
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Data Security Dos & Donts From The Target Breach
Last Message: 2/14/2014
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3 Web Security Takeaways From Wikipedia's Near Miss
Last Message: 2/14/2014
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The Problem With Two-Factor Authentication
Last Message: 2/13/2014
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Behavior Analysis: New Weapon To Fight Hackers
Last Message: 2/12/2014
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Cartoon: Identity Thieves
Last Message: 2/12/2014
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Target Malware Origin Details Emerge
Last Message: 2/12/2014
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The 7 Deadly Sins of Application Security
Last Message: 2/12/2014
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Infographic: Mobile Security Run Amok
Last Message: 2/10/2014
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Google Study Finds Widespread Account Hijacking
Last Message: 2/8/2014
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British Spies Hit Anonymous With DDoS Attacks
Last Message: 2/6/2014
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"Dropbox Responds To Security Flap"
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Super Bowl Tech: A Supersized Role For Security
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CVE-2023-1142
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
In Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5, an attacker could use URL decoding to retrieve system files, credentials, and bypass authentication resulting in privilege escalation.
CVE-2023-1143
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
In Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5, an attacker could use Lua scripts, which could allow an attacker to remotely execute arbitrary code.
CVE-2023-1144
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5 contains an improper access control vulnerability in which an attacker can use the Device-Gateway service and bypass authorization, which could result in privilege escalation.
CVE-2023-1145
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
Delta Electronics InfraSuite Device Master versions prior to 1.0.5 are affected by a deserialization vulnerability targeting the Device-DataCollect service, which could allow deserialization of requests prior to authentication, resulting in remote code execution.
CVE-2023-1655
PUBLISHED: 2023-03-27
Heap-based Buffer Overflow in GitHub repository gpac/gpac prior to 2.4.0.