A vulnerability which is known to the designers, implementers, or operators of the system, but has not been corrected.

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What about Long Router Passwords and WPS Push-Buttons

I have a question related to the WPS push-button capability on my router. I know that there is some material on the web about this question, but I haven't found anything that's current enough for my ...
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Why does Safari still support SSL 3?

The "POODLE" attack was made public in October, 2014. Why does Safari still support SSL 3.0 after POODLE showed it to be insecure?
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Trying to reproduce a file upload compromise on Joomla

After telling my workmates and boss that we had a very critical lack of security controls, finally we got compromised! They had a Joomla 1.5 which was exploited using a file upload vulnerability. WSO ...
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Where can I find real life examples of software vulnerabilities in OSS?

I am looking for a repository of real life vulnerabilities (in this specific situation, buffer overflows in C & C++) that have been detected in open source software. Ideally it would show exactly ...
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The correct way to check for vulnerability CVE-2014-7169 (aftershock)

I found two ways of checking for the vulnerability CVE-2014-7169 (aftershock or taviso bug) bashcheck uses: cd /tmp;rm echo 2>/dev/null X='() { function a a>\' bash -c echo 2>/dev/null > ...
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How to protect from ROM-0 via port triggering?

I'm using an anti-virus that told me that my router can be compromised with the ROM-0 vulnerability. It told me to use "port forwarding" to fix it. But, my router have a "port triggering", which they ...
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Vulnerabilities in Scala web applications

I want to create a server side web application using Scala. Are there any classes of web vulnerabilities that are unique to Scala? I tried to search on the web for Scala-specific vulnerabilities, ...
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Address of DLL changes in Win XP SP3: CoreLan Exploit writing Tutorial part 1

I was following the CoreLan Exploit writing Tutorial Part 1. OS used: Windows XP SP3 I tried to use “C:\Program Files\Easy RM to MP3 Converter\MSRMCcodec02.dll” for the instruction “jmp esp” [ff e4] ...
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Windows OLE Vulnerability CVE-2014-4114 “Sandworm”

Just heard about a new vulnerability and am using the same format as the POODLE guy for this one. What is the Sandworm vulnerability? I use [product/browser]. Am I affected? Is [product] ...
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Find the location of a hidden host

I'm doing a penetration test for a client who wants me to try and target a specific server. I have managed to get credentials(hard-coded in an in-house app) to a limited account on this server that ...
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Tomcat 7 and ETags

I recently got updated by InfoSec that we need to be careful about ETags using Apache WebServer (HTTPD) as they reveal inode and can be exploited especially in NFS etc. But I am moving to Tomcat 7. ...
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automatic connection from LSASS to different IPs. Is this the usual behavior?

I'm using windows 7. firefox 22. connecting through a regular residential wifi router. In the last month I've noticed that when I connect to the internet and once in a while my firewall indicates me ...
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Is there a way to link STIGs to CCEs?

A federal customer sent us a list of vulnerabilities for one of our RHEL6 systems that was generated by the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) Compliance Checker (SSC). The findings are ...
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Using DVWA at Medium Security, how can I OutFile records?

Whilst carrying out SQL Injection attacks against the educational tool DVWA on security level Low, I could carry out a command like the below and both retrieve records and write them to a file. ' ...
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How do Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) work?

The Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) system is a dictionary of publicly known information security vulnerabilities and exposures in publicly released software packages. I am looking for a ...
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Exchange Autodiscover XML question (Exploit related)

Recently we had an issue with the Exchange autodiscover.xml appending ".com" to our mail servers autodiscover address. It resulted in a certificate error due to the name not matching the certificate. ...
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How are you able to inject bash script through the user agent

I was looking over the new Bash exploit and was looking at this post in particular. Attack scenarios of the new Bash vulnerability What I don't understand is how does including bash in the ...