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jeremy_wittkop
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Jeremy Wittkop is chief technology officer at Denver-based InteliSecure (http://www.intelisecure.com), where leads a frontline team that investigates and ensures the integrity and functionality of every custom solution designed for its clients. He evaluates new offerings for InteliSecure customers and develops solutions that address the new and ever-changing security risks to the enterprise.

Jeremy previously served as director of sales engineering at InteliSecure where he was responsible for building and leading the solution engineering team to support InteliSecure's robust portfolio of managed security services, consulting services, technical services and product solutions. Prior to joining InteliSecure, Jeremy served as a field service technician and maintenance mechanic team lead with General Dynamics. With experience in private industry and as a field service technician/armor crewmember with the U.S. Army, Jeremy brings a unique perspective to today's evolving security threats.

Jeremy is a published cybersecurity industry blogger, writing on issues specific to critical data protection, GDPR and Article 37 specific to the creation of a data protection officer, data loss prevention, Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and Cloud Access Security Brokers (CASBs). He holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Colorado State University.



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CVE-2018-10839
PUBLISHED: 2018-10-16
Qemu emulator <= 3.0.0 built with the NE2000 NIC emulation support is vulnerable to an integer overflow, which could lead to buffer overflow issue. It could occur when receiving packets over the network. A user inside guest could use this flaw to crash the Qemu process resulting in DoS.
CVE-2018-13399
PUBLISHED: 2018-10-16
The Microsoft Windows Installer for Atlassian Fisheye and Crucible before version 4.6.1 allows local attackers to escalate privileges because of weak permissions on the installation directory.
CVE-2018-18381
PUBLISHED: 2018-10-16
Z-BlogPHP 1.5.2.1935 (Zero) has a stored XSS Vulnerability in zb_system/function/c_system_admin.php via the Content-Type header during the uploading of image attachments.
CVE-2018-18382
PUBLISHED: 2018-10-16
Advanced HRM 1.6 allows Remote Code Execution via PHP code in a .php file to the user/update-user-avatar URI, which can be accessed through an "Update Profile" "Change Picture" (aka user/edit-profile) action.
CVE-2018-18374
PUBLISHED: 2018-10-16
XSS exists in the MetInfo 6.1.2 admin/index.php page via the anyid parameter.