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New IE Zero-Day Prompts More Calls to Ditch Windows XP
Last Message: 4/30/2014
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Windows XP Alive & Well in ICS/SCADA Networks
Last Message: 4/30/2014
 |  Comments: 2
FAQ: Understanding The True Price of Encryption
Last Message: 4/30/2014
 |  Comments: 8
SEC Requests Financial Firms' Security Details
Last Message: 4/29/2014
 |  Comments: 7
FBI Warning Highlights Healthcare's Security Infancy
Last Message: 4/29/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Employees Slacking on Security of Their Mobile Devices
Last Message: 4/29/2014
 |  Comments: 5
Organized Crime Group Scams US Companies Out Of Millions
Last Message: 4/29/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Data Security: Think Outside The Box
Last Message: 4/29/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Intelligence-Sharing Suffers Growing Pains
Last Message: 4/26/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Workplace Data Privacy Vs. Security: The New Balance
Last Message: 4/26/2014
 |  Comments: 12
Android Heartbleed Alert: 150 Million Apps Still Vulnerable
Last Message: 4/26/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Michaels Data Breach Response: 7 Facts
Last Message: 4/26/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Spammers Exploiting Free File Storage On Websites
Last Message: 4/26/2014
 |  Comments: 1
How To Detect Heartbleed Mutations
Last Message: 4/25/2014
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Preying On A Predator
Last Message: 4/25/2014
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Heartbleed: A Password Manager Reality Check
Last Message: 4/25/2014
 |  Comments: 14
Active Directory Is Dead: 3 Reasons
Last Message: 4/24/2014
 |  Comments: 26
Free Scanning Tool Promises To Find Heartbleed On Any Device
Last Message: 4/23/2014
 |  Comments: 5
7 Tips To Improve 'Signal-to-Noise' In The SOC
Last Message: 4/23/2014
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CIO Vs. CSO: Allies Or Enemies?
Last Message: 4/22/2014
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E2c$y5tion
Last Message: 4/22/2014
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SQL Injection Cleanup Takes Two Months or More
Last Message: 4/21/2014
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Phishers Recruit Home PCs
Last Message: 4/21/2014
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Microsoft Delays Windows XP Antivirus Doomsday
Last Message: 4/21/2014
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Poll: Dark Reading Community Acts On Heartbleed
Last Message: 4/21/2014
 |  Comments: 2
Satellite Communications Wide Open To Hackers
Last Message: 4/21/2014
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The Real Wakeup Call From Heartbleed
Last Message: 4/20/2014
 |  Comments: 10
Did A Faulty Memory Feature Lead To Heartbleed?
Last Message: 4/20/2014
 |  Comments: 5
Microsoft Delays Enterprise Windows 8.1 Support Doomsday
Last Message: 4/18/2014
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Heartbleed Will Go On Even After The Updates
Last Message: 4/17/2014
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Broken Heartbeat
Last Message: 4/16/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Mobility: Who Bears The Brunt Of Data Security & Privacy
Last Message: 4/16/2014
 |  Comments: 3
Don't Blame It On The Web Programming Platform
Last Message: 4/16/2014
 |  Comments: 3
White House Details Zero-Day Bug Policy
Last Message: 4/16/2014
 |  Comments: 3
'Baby Teeth' In Infrastructure Cyber Security Framework
Last Message: 4/15/2014
 |  Comments: 6
Identifying and Protecting Sensitive Data
Last Message: 4/15/2014
 |  Comments: 1
Akamai Withdraws Proposed Heartbleed Patch
Last Message: 4/14/2014
 |  Comments: 2
Free Heartbleed-Checker Released for Firefox Browser
Last Message: 4/14/2014
 |  Comments: 4
Welcome To The New Dark Reading
Last Message: 4/14/2014
 |  Comments: 4
NSAs Big Surprise: Govt Agency Is Actually Doing Its Job
Last Message: 4/14/2014
 |  Comments: 14
Study: Security Fears Continue To Block Cloud Deployment
Last Message: 4/14/2014
 |  Comments: 16
Heartbleed: Examining The Impact
Last Message: 4/13/2014
 |  Comments: 5
We Are the Perimeter
Last Message: 4/11/2014
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All versions of package deepmergefn are vulnerable to Prototype Pollution via deepMerge function.
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This affects the package elFinder.AspNet before 1.1.1. The user-controlled file name is not properly sanitized before it is used to create a file system path.
CVE-2020-4974
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
IBM Jazz Foundation products are vulnerable to server side request forgery (SSRF). This may allow an authenticated attacker to send unauthorized requests from the system, potentially leading to network enumeration or facilitating other attacks. IBM X-Force ID: 192434.
CVE-2020-5004
PUBLISHED: 2021-07-28
IBM Jazz Foundation products are vulnerable to cross-site scripting. This vulnerability allows users to embed arbitrary JavaScript code in the Web UI thus altering the intended functionality potentially leading to credentials disclosure within a trusted session. IBM X-Force ID: 192957.