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Message Boards posted in August 2015
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How To Put Data At The Heart Of Your Security Practice
Last Message: 8/6/2015
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Times Running Out For The $76 Billion Detection Industry
Last Message: 8/6/2015
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From The Black Hat Keynote Stage: Jennifer Granick
Last Message: 8/5/2015
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Dark Reading News Desk Live At Black Hat 2015
Last Message: 8/5/2015
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Black Hat Radio by Dark Reading, Episode 1
Last Message: 8/5/2015
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Black Hat USA: Empowering Women In Security
Last Message: 8/4/2015
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Dark Reading News Desk Comes To You Live From Black Hat
Last Message: 8/3/2015
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New Phishing Campaign Leverages Google Drive
Last Message: 8/3/2015
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Car Hacking Shifts Into High Gear
Last Message: 8/3/2015
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Emerging Web Infrastructure Threats
Last Message: 8/2/2015
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CVE-2021-23381
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package killing. If attacker-controlled user input is given, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23374
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package ps-visitor. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the kill function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23375
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package psnode. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the kill function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23376
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package ffmpegdotjs. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the trimvideo function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.
CVE-2021-23377
PUBLISHED: 2021-04-18
This affects all versions of package onion-oled-js. If attacker-controlled user input is given to the scroll function, it is possible for an attacker to execute arbitrary commands. This is due to use of the child_process exec function without input sanitization.