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Content by jenshadus

Member Since: March 17, 2017
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Comment: broken security - jenshadus - 12/6/2018
Comment: PCI and security - jenshadus - 12/4/2018
Comment: camera's? - jenshadus - 11/20/2018
Comment: Trust - jenshadus - 7/24/2018
Comment: Re: Analysis - jenshadus - 7/18/2018
Comment: The oligarchs - jenshadus - 7/5/2018
Comment: Re: NYOB - jenshadus - 5/31/2018
Comment: Don't want no IoT - jenshadus - 2/5/2018
Comment: Re: More intrusion? - jenshadus - 1/26/2018
Comment: More intrusion? - jenshadus - 1/26/2018
Comment: Re: Basic education - jenshadus - 10/4/2017
Comment: Good Timing - jenshadus - 10/2/2017
Comment: Amazon Security - jenshadus - 9/18/2017
Comment: US Interest - jenshadus - 7/13/2017
Comment: Catch 22 - jenshadus - 4/3/2017

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PUBLISHED: 2019-12-05
A Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in LDAP Account Manager (LAM) Pro 3.6 in the filter parameter to cmd.php in an export and exporter_id action. and the filteruid parameter to list.php.
PUBLISHED: 2019-12-05
A Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability exists in LDAP Account Manager (LAM) Pro 3.6 in the export, add_value_form, and dn parameters to cmd.php.
PUBLISHED: 2019-12-05
A local code execution issue exists in Apache Struts2 when processing malformed XSLT files, which could let a malicious user upload and execute arbitrary files.
PUBLISHED: 2019-12-05
A poorly-behaved client could use keepalive requests to monopolize Puma's reactor and create a denial of service attack. If more keepalive connections to Puma are opened than there are threads available, additional connections will wait permanently if the attacker sends requests frequently enough.
PUBLISHED: 2019-12-05
The Strapi framework before 3.0.0-beta.17.8 is vulnerable to Remote Code Execution in the Install and Uninstall Plugin components of the Admin panel, because it does not sanitize the plugin name, and attackers can inject arbitrary shell commands to be executed by the execa function.