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How Secure are our Voting Systems for November 2018?
How Secure are our Voting Systems for November 2018?
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/14/2018  | 
Anomali CEO Hugh Njemanze discusses the importance of sharing threat intelligence across the countrys highly decentralized voting systems to safeguard the integrity of upcoming elections.
Researcher Cracks San Francisco's Emergency Siren System
Researcher Cracks San Francisco's Emergency Siren System
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/24/2018  | 
Bastille researcher Balint Seeber discusses the process of creating SirenJack and cracking one of a city's critical safety systems.
Tesla Hacks: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
Tesla Hacks: The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/12/2017  | 
Keen Security Lab found multiple holes in the isolation layer Tesla uses to protect drive systems from infotainment systems, but were impressed by the auto company's security in other ways.
Attacking Data Integrity & Hacking Radiation Monitoring Devices
Attacking Data Integrity & Hacking Radiation Monitoring Devices
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/8/2017  | 
Ruben Santamarta shows radio-based vulnerabilities and investigates how the integrity of critical data can be manipulated to simulate, complicate or exacerbate emergency situations.
Mikko Hypponen's Vision of the Cybersecurity Future
Mikko Hypponen's Vision of the Cybersecurity Future
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/4/2017  | 
Twenty years from now, will everything be in the Internet of Things, and if so, how does the security industry need to prepare? F-Secure's chief research officer weighs in on this and what else the future promises (and threatens).
Using Market Pressures to Improve Cybersecurity
Using Market Pressures to Improve Cybersecurity
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/31/2017  | 
Post-MedSec, Chris Wysopal discusses what impact the investor community -- if not consumers -- can have on squashing vulnerabilities and improving cybersecurity.
IoTCandyJar: A HoneyPot for any IoT Device
IoTCandyJar: A HoneyPot for any IoT Device
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/29/2017  | 
Palo Alto Networks researchers explain how they designed an affordable, behavior-based honeypot to detect attacks on an IoT device -- any kind of IoT device.
Insecure IoT Devices Pose Physical Threat to General Public
Insecure IoT Devices Pose Physical Threat to General Public
Dark Reading Videos  |  8/24/2017  | 
At the car wash, look out for attack robots. Billy Rios discusses how IoT devices could be hacked to physically attack people -- not just on factory floors, but in everyday public settings.
Yes, Your Database Can Be Breached Through A Coffee Pot
Yes, Your Database Can Be Breached Through A Coffee Pot
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/13/2016  | 
Aditya Gupta, CEO of Attify, talks about how to improve Internet of Things security and the very worst scenarios he's encountered in an IoT penetration test.
Dan Kaminsky On How Not To Lose The Internet As We Know It
Dan Kaminsky On How Not To Lose The Internet As We Know It
Dark Reading Videos  |  9/12/2016  | 
Dan Kaminsky discusses how to improve the security and privacy of the Internet without destroying the openness and freedom to innovate that it has always provided.
In Brief: Securing IoT & Supporting Innovation
In Brief: Securing IoT & Supporting Innovation
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/23/2016  | 
CTO of BlueCat talks about how the Internet of Things pushes the boundaries of computing and how infosec pros can balance security and innovation.
Securing IoT & Supporting Innovation
Securing IoT & Supporting Innovation
Dark Reading Videos  |  3/3/2016  | 
Andrew Wertkin, CTO, BlueCat talks about how the Internet of Things pushes computing to the edge and how security must go out to meet it.


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CVE-2021-25252
PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
Trend Micro's Virus Scan API (VSAPI) and Advanced Threat Scan Engine (ATSE) - are vulnerable to a memory exhaustion vulnerability that may lead to denial-of-service or system freeze if exploited by an attacker using a specially crafted file.
CVE-2021-26813
PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
markdown2 >=1.0.1.18, fixed in 2.4.0, is affected by a regular expression denial of service vulnerability. If an attacker provides a malicious string, it can make markdown2 processing difficult or delayed for an extended period of time.
CVE-2021-27215
PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
An issue was discovered in genua genugate before 9.0 Z p19, 9.1.x through 9.6.x before 9.6 p7, and 10.x before 10.1 p4. The Web Interfaces (Admin, Userweb, Sidechannel) can use different methods to perform the authentication of a user. A specific authentication method during login does not check the...
CVE-2021-3419
PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
** REJECT ** DO NOT USE THIS CANDIDATE NUMBER. ConsultIDs: none. Reason: This candidate was withdrawn by its CNA. Notes: none.
CVE-2020-15937
PUBLISHED: 2021-03-03
An improper neutralization of input vulnerability in FortiGate version 6.2.x below 6.2.5 and 6.4.x below 6.4.1 may allow a remote attacker to perform a stored cross site scripting attack (XSS) via the IPS and WAF logs dashboard.