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Facebook Adds Physical Key Security For Member Accounts
Last Message: 5/9/2017
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Backdoors: When Good Intentions Go Bad
Last Message: 5/8/2017
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Google Docs Phishing Scam a Game Changer
Last Message: 5/8/2017
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Why OAuth Phishing Poses A New Threat to Users
Last Message: 5/8/2017
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Striving For Improvement on World Password Day
Last Message: 5/5/2017
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Law Firm Sues Insurer Over Income Loss in Ransomware Attack
Last Message: 5/5/2017
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Who Took The Cookies From The Cookie Jar?
Last Message: 5/5/2017
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Verizon DBIR Shows Attack Patterns Vary Widely By Industry
Last Message: 5/5/2017
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Machine Learning in Security: 4 Factors to Consider
Last Message: 5/5/2017
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Deloitte Tackles Identity Management
Last Message: 5/5/2017
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10 Cybercrime Myths that Could Cost You Millions
Last Message: 5/4/2017
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Fileless Malware Attacks Continue to Gain Steam
Last Message: 5/4/2017
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7 Steps to Fight Ransomware
Last Message: 5/4/2017
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HackerOne Offers Free Service for Open Source Projects
Last Message: 5/4/2017
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Healthcare Breaches Hit All-Time High in 2016
Last Message: 5/3/2017
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A Day in the Life of a Security Avenger
Last Message: 5/3/2017
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Google, Facebook Swindled in $100M Payment Scam
Last Message: 5/2/2017
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The Long Slog To Getting Encryption Right
Last Message: 5/2/2017
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Financial Services Sector the #1 Target of Cybercriminals
Last Message: 5/1/2017
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BQE BillQuick Web Suite 2018 through 2021 before 22.0.9.1 allows SQL injection for unauthenticated remote code execution, as exploited in the wild in October 2021 for ransomware installation. SQL injection can, for example, use the txtID (aka username) parameter. Successful exploitation can include ...
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Draytek VigorAP 1000C contains a stored cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability in the RADIUS Setting - RADIUS Server Configuration module. This vulnerability allows attackers to execute arbitrary web scripts or HTML via a crafted payload in the username input field.
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Aplioxio PDF ShapingUp 5.0.0.139 contains a buffer overflow which allows attackers to cause a denial of service (DoS) via a crafted PDF file.
CVE-2020-36485
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
Portable Ltd Playable v9.18 was discovered to contain an arbitrary file upload vulnerability in the filename parameter of the upload module. This vulnerability allows attackers to execute arbitrary code via a crafted JPEG file.
CVE-2020-36486
PUBLISHED: 2021-10-22
Swift File Transfer Mobile v1.1.2 and below was discovered to contain a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability via the 'path' parameter of the 'list' and 'download' exception-handling.