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The Edge Cartoon Contest: You Better Watch Out ...
Last Message: 12/31/2019
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Malvertising Trends: Dont Talk Ad Standards Without Ad Security
Last Message: 12/31/2019
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SIM Swapping Attacks: What They Are & How to Stop Them
Last Message: 12/30/2019
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Defensive Wish List for 2020: Faster Responses to Threats
Last Message: 12/30/2019
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2020 & Beyond: The Evolution of Cybersecurity
Last Message: 12/29/2019
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Flaws in Telegram & WhatsApp on Android Put Data at Risk
Last Message: 12/29/2019
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New Orleans to Boost Cyber Insurance to $10M Post-Ransomware
Last Message: 12/28/2019
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Waking Up to Third-Party Security Risk
Last Message: 12/26/2019
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8 Nation-State Hacking Groups to Watch in 2018
Last Message: 12/22/2019
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Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
Last Message: 12/19/2019
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Overburdened SOC Analysts Shift Priorities
Last Message: 12/19/2019
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Don't Make Security Training a 'One-and-Done'
Last Message: 12/19/2019
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How to Build a Rock-Solid Cybersecurity Culture
Last Message: 12/19/2019
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Back to Basics with Log Management, SIEMs & MSSPs
Last Message: 12/18/2019
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T-Mobile Prepaid Hit by Significant Data Breach
Last Message: 12/17/2019
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Attackers' Costs Increasing as Businesses Focus on Security
Last Message: 12/17/2019
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Visa Warns of Targeted PoS Attacks on Gas Station Merchants
Last Message: 12/17/2019
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How to Get Prepared for Privacy Legislation
Last Message: 12/16/2019
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Security Innovation: Driven By Necessity, Fueled By Interaction
Last Message: 12/16/2019
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Cybersecurity Team Holiday Guide: 2019 Gag Gift Edition
Last Message: 12/16/2019
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Data Leak Week: Billions of Sensitive Files Exposed Online
Last Message: 12/12/2019
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10 Security 'Chestnuts' We Should Roast Over the Open Fire
Last Message: 12/9/2019
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Getting To The 'Just Right' Level Of Encryption
Last Message: 12/8/2019
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New Malware Shows Marketing Polish
Last Message: 12/8/2019
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Using Intelligence to Optimize Your Data Defense Strategy
Last Message: 12/7/2019
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7 Ways to Hang Up on Voice Fraud
Last Message: 12/6/2019
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12 Free, Ready-to-Use Security Tools
Last Message: 12/3/2019
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PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Craft is a CMS for creating custom digital experiences. Cross site scripting (XSS) can be triggered by review volumes. This issue has been fixed in version 4.4.7.
CVE-2023-33185
PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Django-SES is a drop-in mail backend for Django. The django_ses library implements a mail backend for Django using AWS Simple Email Service. The library exports the `SESEventWebhookView class` intended to receive signed requests from AWS to handle email bounces, subscriptions, etc. These requests ar...
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PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Highlight is an open source, full-stack monitoring platform. Highlight may record passwords on customer deployments when a password html input is switched to `type="text"` via a javascript "Show Password" button. This differs from the expected behavior which always obfuscates `ty...
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PUBLISHED: 2023-05-26
Craft is a CMS for creating custom digital experiences on the web.The platform does not filter input and encode output in Quick Post validation error message, which can deliver an XSS payload. Old CVE fixed the XSS in label HTML but didn’t fix it when clicking save. This issue was...
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GDSDB infinite loop in Wireshark 4.0.0 to 4.0.5 and 3.6.0 to 3.6.13 allows denial of service via packet injection or crafted capture file