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RyanSepe
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Comment: Based on outcome - RyanSepe - 9/22/2017
Comment: Backups - RyanSepe - 9/22/2017
Comment: Detection Method - RyanSepe - 9/20/2017
Comment: Phishing - RyanSepe - 9/19/2017
Comment: Credit Freeze - RyanSepe - 9/19/2017
Comment: Re: IBM and trust - RyanSepe - 9/14/2017
Comment: Re: Sanctions - RyanSepe - 9/13/2017
Comment: Sanctions - RyanSepe - 9/13/2017
Comment: Container Security - RyanSepe - 9/13/2017
Comment: Cost - RyanSepe - 9/13/2017
Comment: Facebook-->Apple - RyanSepe - 9/12/2017
Comment: Endpoint Security - RyanSepe - 8/24/2017
Comment: Perplexed - RyanSepe - 8/24/2017
Comment: Re: Work Week Driven - RyanSepe - 8/23/2017
Comment: Re: Work Week Driven - RyanSepe - 8/22/2017
Comment: Twitter - RyanSepe - 8/22/2017
Comment: Work Week Driven - RyanSepe - 8/22/2017
Comment: False Negatives - RyanSepe - 8/18/2017
Comment: Fantastic - RyanSepe - 8/17/2017
Comment: Internal Access - RyanSepe - 8/17/2017
Comment: Makes sense - RyanSepe - 8/16/2017
Comment: "Stalling Tactic" - RyanSepe - 8/14/2017
Comment: Re: Coming clean - RyanSepe - 8/11/2017
Comment: Re: Combination - RyanSepe - 8/11/2017
Comment: Ghostbutt - RyanSepe - 8/11/2017
Comment: Seems to be Internal - RyanSepe - 8/11/2017
Comment: Intensive App Review - RyanSepe - 8/11/2017
Comment: Enforcement - RyanSepe - 8/10/2017
Comment: Acquisition - RyanSepe - 8/9/2017
Comment: Understandable - RyanSepe - 8/9/2017
Comment: Sunday's Release - RyanSepe - 8/7/2017
Comment: Password Policy - RyanSepe - 7/20/2017
Comment: Aziz - RyanSepe - 6/29/2017
Comment: Nifty - RyanSepe - 6/28/2017
Comment: Commonality - RyanSepe - 6/28/2017
Comment: Results - RyanSepe - 6/8/2017
Comment: Seven-day time gap - RyanSepe - 6/7/2017
Comment: Method of Use - RyanSepe - 6/7/2017
Comment: Very Helpful - RyanSepe - 6/6/2017
Comment: DDoS - RyanSepe - 6/6/2017
Comment: Next Steps - RyanSepe - 6/6/2017
Comment: How did this occur? - RyanSepe - 6/2/2017
Comment: Actively Patch - RyanSepe - 5/31/2017
Comment: Level of Expertise - RyanSepe - 5/30/2017
Comment: Malware Disclosure - RyanSepe - 5/30/2017
Comment: Re: IoT - RyanSepe - 5/30/2017
Comment: Interesting Stats - RyanSepe - 5/30/2017
Comment: Previous Experience - RyanSepe - 5/30/2017
Comment: Not Patching for NAS - RyanSepe - 5/30/2017
Comment: Loyalty - RyanSepe - 5/27/2017
Comment: Interesting Honeypot - RyanSepe - 5/27/2017
Comment: Re: Settlement - RyanSepe - 5/24/2017
Comment: Metrics - RyanSepe - 5/24/2017
Comment: Settlement - RyanSepe - 5/24/2017
Comment: Method of Infection - RyanSepe - 5/10/2017
Comment: Breach Yield - RyanSepe - 5/10/2017
Comment: Political Agenda - RyanSepe - 4/26/2017
Comment: Car Thief's Dream - RyanSepe - 4/26/2017
Comment: Reactive Mechanisms - RyanSepe - 4/20/2017
Comment: Detection Mechanism? - RyanSepe - 4/14/2017
Comment: Insider Threat - RyanSepe - 4/11/2017
Comment: Information Sharing - RyanSepe - 4/7/2017
Comment: Upgrade Risk? - RyanSepe - 3/31/2017
Comment: Legal Ramifications - RyanSepe - 3/31/2017
Comment: Re: Great article - RyanSepe - 3/31/2017
Comment: Re: Forced Update - RyanSepe - 3/28/2017
Comment: Enforcement Body - RyanSepe - 3/24/2017


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CVE-2016-8202
Published: 2017-05-08
A privilege escalation vulnerability in Brocade Fibre Channel SAN products running Brocade Fabric OS (FOS) releases earlier than v7.4.1d and v8.0.1b could allow an authenticated attacker to elevate the privileges of user accounts accessing the system via command line interface. With affected version...

CVE-2016-8209
Published: 2017-05-08
Improper checks for unusual or exceptional conditions in Brocade NetIron 05.8.00 and later releases up to and including 06.1.00, when the Management Module is continuously scanned on port 22, may allow attackers to cause a denial of service (crash and reload) of the management module.

CVE-2017-0890
Published: 2017-05-08
Nextcloud Server before 11.0.3 is vulnerable to an inadequate escaping leading to a XSS vulnerability in the search module. To be exploitable a user has to write or paste malicious content into the search dialogue.