Security Planner: Improve your online safety, (Thu, Dec 14th)

Just in time for holiday visits with your familes and friends, soon you will face the inevitable questions, particularly if you’re a security practitioner of any sort. “There are always questions about whether the devices and services we use respect our privacy, and if they adequately safeguard our information. Has a good balance been struck? Many […]

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CVE-2017-17672

In vBulletin through 5.3.x, there is an unauthenticated deserialization vulnerability that leads to arbitrary file deletion and, under certain circumstances, code execution, because of unsafe usage of PHP’s unserialize() in vB_Library_Template’s cacheTemplates() function, which is a publicly exposed API. This is exploited with the templateidlist parameter to ajax/api/template/cacheTemplates.

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CVE-2017-17671

vBulletin through 5.3.x on Windows allows remote PHP code execution because a require_once call is reachable with an unauthenticated request that can include directory traversal sequences to specify an arbitrary pathname, and because ../ traversal is blocked but .. traversal is not blocked. For example, an attacker can make an invalid HTTP request containing PHP […]

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CVE-2017-11305

A regression affecting Adobe Flash Player version 27.0.0.187 (and earlier versions) causes the unintended reset of the global settings preference file when a user clears browser data.

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CVE-2017-7738

An Information Disclosure vulnerability in Fortinet FortiOS 5.6.0 to 5.6.2, 5.4.0 to 5.4.5, 5.2 and below versions allow an admin user with super_admin privileges to view the current SSL VPN web portal session info which may contains user credentials through the fnsysctl CLI command.

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CVE-2017-17669

There is a heap-based buffer over-read in the Exiv2::Internal::PngChunk::keyTXTChunk function of pngchunk_int.cpp in Exiv2 0.26. A crafted PNG file will lead to a remote denial of service attack.

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CVE-2017-15529

Prior to 4.4.1.10, the Norton Family Android App can be susceptible to a Denial of Service (DoS) exploit. A DoS attack is a type of attack whereby the perpetrator attempts to make a particular device unavailable to its intended user by temporarily or indefinitely disrupting services of a specific host within a network.

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CVE-2017-15530

Prior to 4.4.1.10, the Norton Family Android App can be susceptible to an Information Disclosure issue. Information disclosure is a very common issue that attackers will attempt to exploit as a first pass across the application. As they probe the application they will take note of anything that may seem out of place or any […]

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CVE-2017-17664

A Remote Crash issue was discovered in Asterisk Open Source 13.x before 13.18.4, 14.x before 14.7.4, and 15.x before 15.1.4 and Certified Asterisk before 13.13-cert9. Certain compound RTCP packets cause a crash in the RTCP Stack.

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CVE-2017-17665

In Octopus Deploy before 4.1.3, the machine update process doesn’t check that the user has access to all environments. This allows an access-control bypass because the set of environments to which a machine is scoped may include environments in which the user lacks access.

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