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Dr. Tim Junio is the co-founder and CEO of Expanse, a San Francisco-based software company. He has over a decade of experience in cyber operations and large-scale distributed sensing. Prior to co-founding Expanse, he worked at DARPA, RAND Corporation, Office of the Secretary of Defense, and the CIA. In 2012, he moved to California for a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University and remains an affiliate, occasionally lecturing and mentoring students on cybersecurity. Today, Expanse (previously named Qadium) has over 150 employees in Silicon Valley, New York, Atlanta, and Washington DC, and its software is deployed at many of the world's largest organizations, including all of the US military services and dozens of Fortune 500 companies. Dr. Junio holds a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, and Master's and Bachelor's degrees from Johns Hopkins University.

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CVE-2018-21038
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-08
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with N(7.x) software. The Secure Folder app's startup logic allows authentication bypass. The Samsung ID is SVE-2018-11628 (December 2018).
CVE-2018-21039
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-08
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with N(7.0) software. With the Location permission for the compass feature in Quick Tools (aka QuickTools), an attacker can bypass the lockscreen. The Samsung ID is SVE-2018-12053 (December 2018).
CVE-2018-21040
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-08
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with O(8.x) and P(9.0) (Exynos 9810 chipsets) software. There is a race condition with a resultant use-after-free in the g2d driver. The Samsung ID is SVE-2018-12959 (December 2018).
CVE-2018-21041
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-08
An issue was discovered on Samsung mobile devices with O(8.x) software. Access to Gallery in the Secure Folder can occur without authentication. The Samsung ID is SVE-2018-13057 (December 2018).
CVE-2020-11000
PUBLISHED: 2020-04-08
GreenBrowser before version 1.2 has a vulnerability where apps that rely on URL Parsing to verify that a given URL is pointing to a trust server may be susceptible to many different ways to get URL parsing and verification wrong, which allows an attacker to circumvent the access control. This proble...