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WKash
Member Since: March 12, 2014
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Comment: Snowden Impact - WKash - 3/11/2014
Comment: Hard to trace - WKash - 3/11/2014
Comment: Assessors - WKash - 3/6/2014
Comment: Protected - WKash - 3/3/2014
Comment: Re: A complicated issue - WKash - 2/18/2014
Comment: Re: Thanks for updating - WKash - 2/18/2014
Comment: Re: Thanks for updating - WKash - 2/18/2014
Comment: Thanks for updating - WKash - 2/14/2014
Comment: NIST NSTICk - WKash - 2/10/2014
Comment: Power Play - WKash - 1/31/2014
Comment: Event Planners Beware - WKash - 1/23/2014
Comment: Cloud security - WKash - 1/7/2014
Comment: On the Light Side - WKash - 1/6/2014
Comment: Reputation Management - WKash - 12/31/2013
Comment: Re: Quid pro what? - WKash - 12/23/2013
Comment: Our Things - WKash - 12/20/2013
Comment: Re: The business case - WKash - 12/13/2013
Comment: Re: Spying - WKash - 12/12/2013
Comment: Re: Spying - WKash - 12/10/2013
Comment: Passwords - WKash - 12/5/2013
Comment: Virtual Highway Robbery - WKash - 11/27/2013
Comment: Hard Pill to Swallow - WKash - 11/20/2013
Comment: FBI Sees Shift in Focus - WKash - 11/19/2013
Comment: re: Secure Data, Not Devices - 8/29/2013


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vm/opcodes.c in JerryScript 2.2.0 allows attackers to hijack the flow of control by controlling a register.
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PUBLISHED: 2020-09-24
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PUBLISHED: 2020-09-24
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PUBLISHED: 2020-09-24
ActFax Version 7.10 Build 0335 (2020-05-25) is susceptible to a privilege escalation vulnerability due to insecure folder permissions on %PROGRAMFILES%\ActiveFax\Client\, %PROGRAMFILES%\ActiveFax\Install\ and %PROGRAMFILES%\ActiveFax\Terminal\. The folder permissions allow "Full Control" t...
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