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Comment: Re: Attribution - jcavery - 4/9/2021
Comment: Attribution - jcavery - 4/9/2021
Comment: Re: Define Stupid - jcavery - 1/4/2019
Comment: Re: Slap on the Wrist - jcavery - 9/20/2018
Comment: Bugcrowd - jcavery - 10/5/2017
Comment: Learn from History - jcavery - 9/18/2017
Comment: Great Move - jcavery - 3/3/2017
Comment: Love it - jcavery - 2/2/2017
Comment: Vuln Disclosures - jcavery - 1/27/2017
Comment: Re: Darknet Yelp - jcavery - 1/26/2017
Comment: Re: Luxury vs Lives - jcavery - 12/21/2016
Comment: Good - jcavery - 12/8/2016
Comment: Dare to Share - jcavery - 9/28/2016
Comment: Re: Red Teams - jcavery - 9/21/2016
Comment: Caption - jcavery - 9/12/2016
Comment: Re: Good luck - jcavery - 9/11/2016
Comment: Re: Good luck - jcavery - 9/11/2016
Comment: Attribution - jcavery - 9/11/2016
Comment: Re: SMH - jcavery - 8/31/2016
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PUBLISHED: 2022-05-24
The POWER systems FSP is vulnerable to unauthenticated logins through the serial port/TTY interface. This vulnerability can be more critical if the serial port is connected to a serial-over-lan device. IBM X-Force ID: 217095.
PUBLISHED: 2022-05-24
IBM i 7.3, 7.4, and 7.5 is vulnerable to SQL injection. A remote attacker could send specially crafted SQL statements, which could allow the attacker to view, add, modify or delete information in the back-end database. IBM X-Force ID: 226941.
PUBLISHED: 2022-05-24
A vulnerability in the Spectrum Scale 5.1 core component and IBM Elastic Storage System 6.1 could allow unauthorized access to user data or injection of arbitrary data in the communication protocol. IBM X-Force ID: 191600.
PUBLISHED: 2022-05-24
A vulnerability was found in Telecommunication Software SAMwin Contact Center Suite 5.1. It has been rated as critical. Affected by this issue is the function getCurrentDBVersion in the library SAMwinLIBVB.dll of the credential handler. Authentication is possible with hard-coded credentials. Upgradi...
PUBLISHED: 2022-05-24
A vulnerability classified as critical has been found in Telecommunication Software SAMwin Contact Center Suite 5.1. This affects the function getCurrentDBVersion in the library SAMwinLIBVB.dll of the database handler. The manipulation leads to sql injection. The exploit has been disclosed to the pu...