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Justin Shattuck is a Principal Threat Researcher for F5 Labs. He has been an avid advance persistent threat hunter for most of his life and continually tracks global attacks and threat actors. He routinely participates in takedowns and helps to inform various law enforcement agencies of nefarious cyber activity. Justin has been a security product developer and researcher for over 15 years. Most recently he was the Manager of Product Development for F5 Silverline where he was responsible for developing features and enhancements to F5 Silverline's managed security services including Web Application Firewall protection, and DDoS attack mitigation.

Articles by Justin Shattuck
US Turning Up the Heat on North Korea's Cyber Threat Operations
Jai Vijayan, Contributing Writer,  9/16/2019
Preventing PTSD and Burnout for Cybersecurity Professionals
Craig Hinkley, CEO, WhiteHat Security,  9/16/2019
NetCAT Vulnerability Is Out of the Bag
Dark Reading Staff 9/12/2019
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CVE-2019-9678
PUBLISHED: 2019-09-18
Some Dahua products have the problem of denial of service during the login process. An attacker can cause a device crashed by constructing a malicious packet. Affected products include: IPC-HDW1X2X,IPC-HFW1X2X,IPC-HDW2X2X,IPC-HFW2X2X,IPC-HDW4X2X,IPC-HFW4X2X,IPC-HDBW4X2X,IPC-HDW5X2X,IPC-HFW5X2X for v...
CVE-2019-9679
PUBLISHED: 2019-09-18
Some of Dahua's Debug functions do not have permission separation. Low-privileged users can use the Debug function after logging in. Affected products include: IPC-HDW1X2X,IPC-HFW1X2X,IPC-HDW2X2X,IPC-HFW2X2X,IPC-HDW4X2X,IPC-HFW4X2X,IPC-HDBW4X2X,IPC-HDW5X2X,IPC-HFW5X2X for versions which Build time i...
CVE-2019-9680
PUBLISHED: 2019-09-18
Some Dahua products have information leakage issues. Attackers can obtain the IP address and device model information of the device by constructing malicious data packets. Affected products include: IPC-HDW1X2X,IPC-HFW1X2X,IPC-HDW2X2X,IPC-HFW2X2X,IPC-HDW4X2X,IPC-HFW4X2X,IPC-HDBW4X2X,IPC-HDW5X2X,IPC-...
CVE-2019-9677
PUBLISHED: 2019-09-18
The specific fields of CGI interface of some Dahua products are not strictly verified, an attacker can cause a buffer overflow by constructing malicious packets. Affected products include: IPC-HDW1X2X,IPC-HFW1X2X,IPC-HDW2X2X,IPC-HFW2X2X,IPC-HDW4X2X,IPC-HFW4X2X,IPC-HDBW4X2X,IPC-HDW5X2X,IPC-HFW5X2X fo...
CVE-2019-14458
PUBLISHED: 2019-09-18
VIVOTEK IP Camera devices with firmware before 0x20x allow a denial of service via a crafted HTTP header.