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EMC RSA Adaptive Authentication On-Premise bis 7.3 P1 Cross Site Scripting

Exploits vom 25.09.2064 um 12:00 Uhr | Quelle vuldb.com

In EMC RSA Adaptive Authentication On-Premise bis 7.3 P1 wurde eine problematische Schwachstelle ausgemacht. Betroffen ist eine unbekannte Funktion. Durch das Beeinflussen mit einer unbekannten Eingabe kann eine Cross Site Scripting-Schwachstelle ausgenutzt werden. CWE definiert das Problem als CWE-80. Auswirkungen hat dies auf die Integrität.

Die Schwachstelle wurde am 25.09.2064 als ESA-2017-017 in Form eines bestätigten Advisories (Website) öffentlich gemacht. Die Verwundbarkeit wird als CVE-2017-4978 geführt. Der Angriff kann über das Netzwerk angegangen werden. Technische Details oder ein Exploit zur Schwachstelle sind nicht verfügbar. Ein Exploit zur Schwachstelle wird momentan etwa USD $25k-$100k kosten (Preisberechnung vom 05/12/2017).

Ein Aktualisieren auf die Version 7.3 P2 vermag dieses Problem zu lösen.

Mitunter wird der Fehler auch in der Verwundbarkeitsdatenbank von SecurityTracker (ID 1038469) dokumentiert.

CVSSv3

VulDB Base Score: 4.3
VulDB Temp Score: 4.1
VulDB Vector: CVSS:3.0/AV:N/AC:L/PR:L/UI:N/S:U/C:N/I:L/A:N/E:X/RL:O/RC:C
VulDB Zuverlässigkeit: Medium

CVSSv2

VulDB Base Score: 3.5 (CVSS2#AV:N/AC:M/Au:S/C:N/I:P/A:N)
VulDB Temp Score: 3.0 (CVSS2#E:ND/RL:OF/RC:C)
VulDB Zuverlässigkeit: Medium

CPE

Exploiting

Klasse: Cross Site Scripting (CWE-80)
Lokal: Nein
Remote: Ja

Verfügbarkeit: Nein

Preisentwicklung: gleichbleibend
Aktuelle Preisschätzung: $0-$5k (0-day) / $0-$5k (Heute)

Gegenmassnahmen

Empfehlung: Upgrade
Status: Offizieller Fix

Upgrade: RSA Adaptive Authentication On-Premise 7.3 P2

Timeline

11.05.2017 SecurityTracker Eintrag erstellt
12.05.2017 VulDB Eintrag erstellt
12.05.2017 VulDB letzte Aktualisierung
25.09.2064 Advisory veröffentlicht

Quellen

Advisory: ESA-2017-017
Status: Bestätigt

CVE: CVE-2017-4978 (mitre.org) (nvd.nist.org) (cvedetails.com)

SecurityTracker: 1038469 - RSA Adaptive Authentication (On-Premise) Input Validation Flaw Lets Remote Users Conduct Cross-Site Scripting Attacks

Eintrag

Erstellt: 12.05.2017
Eintrag: 72.8% komplett

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Vuln: GraphicsMagick CVE-2017-11642 Denial of Service Vulnerability

Exploits vom 26.08.2017 um 00:00 Uhr | Quelle securityfocus.com
GraphicsMagick CVE-2017-11642 Denial of Service Vulnerability

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Wirbel um Kasperskys Russland-Verbindungen

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 10:32 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
US-Behörden warnen Privatunternehmen vor Geschäftsbeziehungen mit Kasperspy Lab. Medien berichten von angeblich als echt bestätigten Mails über dessen Russland-Kontakte, doch Kaspersky dementiert das.

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Smart Devices Can Be Hijacked to Track Your Body Movements And Activities Remotely

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 10:17 Uhr | Quelle feedproxy.google.com
If your smartphones, tablets, smart refrigerators, smart TVs and other smart devices are smart enough to make your life easier, their smart behavior could also be leveraged by hackers to steal data, invade your privacy or spy on you, if not secured properly. One such experiment has recently been performed by a team of student hackers, demonstrating a new attack method to turn smart devices

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Reverb: Smartphone-App aktiviert Alexa auf Zuruf

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 09:50 Uhr | Quelle golem.de
Für die Smartphone-App Reverb gibt es ein Update. Reverb bringt Alexa auf jedes Smartphone und kann nun auch auf Zuruf gestartet werden. Dabei stehen mehr Aktivierungswörter bereit, als Alexa sonst zu bieten hat. (Amazon Alexa, Smartphone)

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Microsoft: OneDrive-App ermöglicht jetzt Vorschau von 3D-Modellen

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 09:36 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
Skydrive, OneDrive, Microsoft OneDrive Das Redmonder Unternehmen Microsoft hat eine neue Aktualisierung für die App des Clouddienstes OneDrive veröffentlicht. Mit dem Update können 3D-Modelle angesehen werden, ohne diese zuvor mit einem zusätzlichen Programm öffnen zu müssen. Die App lässt sich aus dem offiziellen Store herunterladen. (Weiter lesen)

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iPhone 8: Alle Gerüchte zu Design, Preis & Features

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 09:30 Uhr | Quelle pcwelt.de
Wie wird das neue iPhone aussehen? Welche Features wird es bieten? Wir fassen alle Gerüchte zum iPhone 8 zusammen.

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Streetfotografie ist ein Schwerpunkt in Bildern der Woche (KW 33)

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 09:17 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Die Streetfotografie gehört zu einem der spannendsten Themen für Fotografen. Zugleich ist sie eine anspruchsvolle Herausforderung. Die ausgesuchten "Bilder der Woche" aus der Galerie von c't Fotografie haben noch einiges mehr zu bieten.

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http://www.sealbeachca.gov

Hacking vom 20.08.2017 um 09:09 Uhr | Quelle zone-h.org
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KitKat-Hommage an Breakout: Atari verklagt Nestle für Werbeclip

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 08:30 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
Klage, KitKat, Nestle Ein US-Gericht muss sich demnächst um eine kuriose Klage des Computerpioniers Atari kümmern. Der zieht jetzt nämlich den Lebensmittel-Giganten Nestlè vor Gericht und wirft ihm vor, für eine Kit Kat-Werbung im vergangenen Jahr die Bekanntheit von Atari Breakout ausgenutzt zu haben. (Weiter lesen)

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What Happened To Winamp?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 08:01 Uhr | Quelle entertainment.slashdot.org
Winamp was released more than 20 years ago, and last week marked the 15th anniversary of the release of Winamp3. An anonymous Slashdot reader tries to explain what finally happened to Winamp: AOL planned to discontinue Winamp in November of 2013, but instead sold it to the Belgian online radio service Radionomy. The last update on Winamp's Twitter account was September of 2015, though it announced that they were looking for a new senior C++ developer. Then in December of 2015 Vivendi Group became that company's majority shareholder, stirring hopes that the company might one day launch a revamped version of the classic mp3 player from 1997. So did they? Radionomy's Winamp page is still showing download links -- though they now lead instead to a forum post which says "code licensed to the previous owner" is being removed or replaced. But that post has been updated five times -- as recently as last October -- with "info about the next Winamp release," each linking to a thread on Winamp's forums which offer tantalizing glimpses into a still-ongoing development process. And last October a Winamp dev posted on Twitter that "a Winamp 5.8 public beta release could be imminent," while the web page at Winamp.com still says "There's more coming soon," with a background image of a llama. "There's no reason that Winamp couldn't be in the position that iTunes is in today if not for a few layers of mismanagement by AOL that started immediately upon acquisition," their first general manager told Ars Technica in 2012. (Winamp's developers had been earning $100,000 a month just from $10 shareware checks before AOL acquired the company in 1999 for $100 million.) In May TechRadar wrote that Winamp "is still a great media player...but it now relies on third-party extensions to add features found as standard in more modern players." I still remember all the visualizations and custom skins -- but does this bring back any memories for anyone else? Leave your thoughts in the comments. And what mp3-playing software are you using today?

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Nintendo Switch: Entwicklerversion versehentlich an Käufer ausgeliefert

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 07:17 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
Konsole, Nintendo, Controller, Nintendo Konsole, Nintendo Switch, Switch, Nintendo NX In den meisten Fällen kann die Nintendo Switch nach dem Kauf direkt zum Spielen verwendet werden. Doch ein Käufer dürfte zunächst verwirrt gewesen sein: Versehentlich wurde ein Gerät ausgeliefert, welches ursprünglich nur für Entwickler zur Verfügung gestellt werden sollte. (Weiter lesen)

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Beendet die EU-Datenschutzverordnung Spionage durch Cookies?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 07:07 Uhr | Quelle google.com
... des Problems und im Anschluss eine für ihre spezifischen Probleme angepasste Reparatur, die individuell für den jeweiligen Computer erstellt wird.

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Thermaltake View 71 TG: Ein Midi-Tower als Glas-Vitrine

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 07:00 Uhr | Quelle computerbase.de

Mit Glasflächen angeboten wird mittlerweile fast jedes Gehäuse, das etwas auf sich halten will. Thermaltake geht mit dem View 71 in der „Tempered Glass Edition“ aber einen Schritt weiter als die meisten: Wie das Corsair Crystal 570X ist der Midi-Tower von vier Seiten mit Glas umschlossen und wird so zu einer Art Vitrine.


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"Missing Link": Voyagers Botschaft für die (Außer)Irdischen

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 06:48 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Vor genau 40 Jahrenstartete die erste der beiden Voyager-Sonden der NASA zur Erforschung des äußeren Sonnensystems. Neben wissenschaftlichen Instrumenten führte sie eine Botschaft für Aliens mit sich. Die richtete sich aber mindestens genauso an die Erde.

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Biomutant über Werbeanzeige geleakt

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 06:30 Uhr | Quelle google.com
"Biomutant" wurde vorzeitig enthüllt. Offiziell wird das Open-World-Action-Rollenspiel auf der gamescom 2017 in Köln angekündigt. Screenshot. Über eine Werbeanzeige in dem Magazin "GamesMarkt" (siehe Tweet) wurde ein Open-World-Action-Rollenspiel ...

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Handyverbot am Arbeitsplatz rechtens?

Windows Tipps vom 20.08.2017 um 06:24 Uhr | Quelle pcwelt.de
Eine Frage, die sich viele Angestellte stellen: Darf die private Nutzung von Mobil- telefonen am Arbeitsplatz verboten werden?

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Wochenrückblick: AMDs Vega ist überall

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 06:00 Uhr | Quelle computerbase.de

Platz eins bis drei in den Artikeln sowie die meistgelesene News der Woche: AMDs Angriff auf das High-End-Grafikkarten-Segment mit der Radeon RX Vega war unbestritten das Thema der Woche. Auch weil RX Vega 64 und 56 die hoch gesteckten Erwartungen nicht erfüllten: Viel Licht warf einn großen Schatten.


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http://rsjd-sujarwadi.jatengprov.go.id

Hacking vom 20.08.2017 um 05:46 Uhr | Quelle zone-h.org
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4,4 km großer Asteroid fliegt an der Erde vorbei

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 05:06 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Am 1. September wird der bis dato größte Asteroid in der Geschichte der systematischen Beobachtungen von potenziell gefährlichen Objekten im All an der Erde vorbeirasen. Wie die amerikanische Raumfahrtbehörde NASA berichtet, wird der Asteroid ...

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Project Cars 2 zeigt sich im offiziellen Gamescom-Trailer

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 04:53 Uhr | Quelle winfuture.de
Trailer, Gamescom, Rennspiel, Namco Bandai, Slightly Mad Studios, Project Cars, Gamescom 2017, Project Cars 2 In der nächsten Woche startet in Köln die Gamescom. Vorab haben die Slightly Mad Studios und Bandai Namco gemeinsam einen neuen und sehenswerten Trailer zum Rennspiel Project Cars 2 veröffentlicht, der frische Eindrücke von den verschiedenen Fahrzeugen sowie Rennstrecken zeigt. (Weiter lesen)

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Neuer Akku-Ärger bei Samsungs Galaxy-Smartphones

Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 04:18 Uhr | Quelle google.com
Kunden des Elektronikriesen Samsung haben schon wieder Probleme mit überhitzenden Smartphone-Akkus. In den USA wird deshalb ein Batterierückruf beim Modell Galaxy Note 4 veranlasst, wie der Konzern bestätigte. Kommentare; Empfehlen; Twitter ...

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After 15 Years, Maine's Laptops-in-Schools Initiative Fails To Raise Test Scores

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 04:09 Uhr | Quelle news.slashdot.org
For years Maine has been offering laptops to high school students -- but is it doing more harm than good? An anonymous reader writes: One high school student says "We hardly ever use paper," while another student "says he couldn't imagine social studies class without his laptop and Internet connection. 'I don't think I could do it, honestly... I don't want to look at a newspaper. I don't even know where to get a newspaper!'" But then the reporter visits a political science teacher who "learned what a lot of teachers, researchers and policymakers in Maine have come to realize over the past 15 years: You can't just put a computer in a kid's hand and expect it to change learning." "Research has shown that 'one-to-one' programs, meaning one student one computer, implemented the right way, increase student learning in subjects like writing, math and science. Those results have prompted other states, like Utah and Nevada, to look at implementing their own one-to-one programs in recent years. Yet, after a decade and a half, and at a cost of about $12 million annually (around one percent of the state's education budget), Maine has yet to see any measurable increases on statewide standardized test scores." The article notes that Maine de-emphasized teacher training which could've produced better results. One education policy researcher "says this has created a new kind of divide in Maine. Students in larger schools, with more resources, have learned how to use their laptops in more creative ways. But in Maine's higher poverty and more rural schools, many students are still just using programs like PowerPoint and Microsoft Word."

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Ask Slashdot: What Would You Pay To See Open Sourced?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 20.08.2017 um 02:04 Uhr | Quelle ask.slashdot.org
jbrase writes: It's in the interest of the open-source community to make open-source development as profitable as possible. One potential means of making money from open source is crowdfunding, [but] proprietary vendors aren't likely to be enthusastic about using their flagship product to try out a relatively untested business model. Crowdfunding the open source release of legacy technologies of historical significance could provide a low-risk way for vendors to experiment with making money by crowdfunding: The product has already turned them a profit. With that, I'd like to ask Slashdot readers, what would you pay to see open sourced? Slashdot reader jonwil left a comment suggesting old games ("where the game is no longer being developed/worked on and where the engine/tech is no longer being used for anything"). But the sky's the limit here, so leave your own best answers in the comments. What would you pay to see open sourced?

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FBI Warns US Private Sector To Cut Ties With Kaspersky

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 23:59 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes CyberScoop: The FBI has been briefing private sector companies on intelligence claiming to show that the Moscow-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab is an unacceptable threat to national security, current and former senior U.S. officials familiar with the matter tell CyberScoop... The FBI's goal is to have U.S. firms push Kaspersky out of their systems as soon as possible or refrain from using them in new products or other efforts, the current and former officials say. The FBI's counterintelligence section has been giving briefings since beginning of the year on a priority basis, prioritizing companies in the energy sector and those that use industrial control (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. In light of successive cyberattacks against the electric grid in Ukraine, the FBI has focused on this sector due to the critical infrastructure designation assigned to it by the Department of Homeland Security... The U.S. government's actions come as Russia is engaged in its own push to stamp American tech giants like Microsoft out of that country's systems. Meanwhile Bloomberg Businessweek claims to have seen emails which "show that Kaspersky Lab has maintained a much closer working relationship with Russia's main intelligence agency, the FSB, than it has publicly admitted" -- and that Kaspersky Lab "confirmed the emails are authentic." Kaspersky Lab told ZDNet they have not confirmed the emails' authenticity. A representative for Kaspersky Lab says that the company does not have "inappropriate" ties with any government, adding that "the company does regularly work with governments and law enforcement agencies around the world with the sole purpose of fighting cybercrime."

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Google Warns Webmasters About Insecure HTTP Web Forms

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 22:54 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
In April Chrome began marking HTTP pages as "not secure" in its address bar if the pages had password or credit card fields. They're about to take the next step. An anonymous reader quotes SearchEngineLand: Last night, Google sent email notifications via Google Search Console to site owners that have forms on web pages over HTTP... Google said, "Beginning in October 2017, Chrome will show the 'Not secure' warning in two additional situations: when users enter data on an HTTP page, and on all HTTP pages visited in Incognito mode." Google warned in April that "Our plan to label HTTP sites as non-secure is taking place in gradual steps, based on increasingly broad criteria. Since the change in Chrome 56, there has been a 23% reduction in the fraction of navigations to HTTP pages with password or credit card forms on desktop, and we're ready to take the next steps..." "Any type of data that users type into websites should not be accessible to others on the network, so starting in version 62 Chrome will show the 'Not secure' warning when users type data into HTTP sites."

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Was war. Was wird. Von Sackgassen und Auswegen

Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 22:30 Uhr | Quelle heise.de
Köpfe lassen sich nicht wie Nummernschilder abmontieren, ansonsten können beide recht gleich behandelt werden. Mit Fahrzeugen preschen Menschen andere Menschen nieder. In Deutschland döst man sich zur Wahl.

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Microsoft Avoids Washington State Taxes, Gives Nevada Schoolkid A Surface Laptop

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 21:49 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
theodp writes: The Official Microsoft Blog hopes a letter from a Nevada middle schooler advising Microsoft President Brad Smith to "keep up the good work running that company" will "inspire you like it did us." Penned as part of a math teacher's assignment to write letters to the businesses that they like, Microsoft says the letter prompted Smith to visit the Nevada school to meet 7th-grader Sky Yi in person as part of the company's effort to draw attention to the importance of math and encourage students and teachers who are passionate about STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education. In an accompanying video of the surprise meeting, Smith presents Yi with a new Surface Laptop that comes with Windows 10 S, a version of the OS that has been streamlined with schools in mind. "Not bad for a little letter," the Microsoft exec says. Speaking of Microsoft, Nevada, and education, Bing Maps coincidentally shows the school Smith visited is just a 43-minute drive from the software giant's Reno-based Americas Operations Center. According to the Seattle Times, routing sales through the Reno software-licensing office helps Microsoft minimize its tax bills (NV doesn't tax business income) to the detriment, some say, of Washington State public schools. Microsoft's state and local taxes will drop to just $30 million for the last year (from an average of $214 milion over the previous 14 years) according to the Seattle Times. "A Microsoft spokesman said the decline in 2017 was caused by the company's deferring taxes on some income to future years and the winding down of the company's smartphone business."

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Paul Allen Finds Long-Lost World War II Cruiser, the USS Indianapolis

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 20:44 Uhr | Quelle tech.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes the US Naval Institute News: Seventy-two years after two torpedoes fired from a Japanese submarine sunk cruiser USS Indianapolis (CA-35), the ship's wreckage was found resting on the seafloor on Saturday -- more than 18,000 feet below the Pacific Ocean's surface. Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist, led a search team, assisted by historians from the Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, D.C., to accomplish what past searches had failed to do -- find Indianapolis, considered the last great naval tragedy of World War II. "To be able to honor the brave men of the USS Indianapolis and their families through the discovery of a ship that played such a significant role in ending World War II is truly humbling," said Allen in a statement provided to US Naval Institute News on Saturday... "I hope everyone connected to this historic ship will feel some measure of closure at this discovery so long in coming"... Allen's 13-person expedition team, on the R/V Petrel is in the process of surveying the full site and will conduct a live tour of the wreckage in the next few weeks. They are complying with U.S. law and respecting the sunken ship as a war grave, taking care not to disturb the site. Paul Allen has shared some photos from the discovery on Twitter. The ship had delivered components for the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima just four days before it was sunk. Only 317 of its 1,197-man crew survived, making it the worst disaster in the history of the U.S. Navy.

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Should Plex Stop Allowing Users To Opt Out of Data Collection?

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 19:34 Uhr | Quelle entertainment.slashdot.org
Slashdot reader bigdogpete writes: Many users of Plex got an email that said they were changing their privacy policy which goes into effect on 20 September 2017. While most of the things are pretty standard, users found it odd that they were now not going to allow users to opt-out of data collection. Here is the part from their website explaining the upcoming changes. "In order to understand the usage across the Plex ecosystem and how we need to improve, Plex will continue to collect usage statistics, such as device type, duration, bit rate, media format, resolution, and media type (music, photos, videos, etc.). We will no longer allow the option to opt out of this statistics collection, but we do not sell or share your personally identifiable statistics. Again, we will not collect any information that identifies libraries, files, file names, and/or the specific content stored on your privately hosted Plex Media Servers. The only exception to this is when, and only to the extent, you use Plex with third-party services such as Sonos, Alexa, webhooks, and Last.fm." What do you all think?

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http://chragg.go.tz/skidie.txt

Hacking vom 19.08.2017 um 19:08 Uhr | Quelle zone-h.org
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http://hospitalhugomendoza.gob.do

Hacking vom 19.08.2017 um 18:59 Uhr | Quelle zone-h.org
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http://conaleche.gob.do

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EFF Honors Chelsea Manning, an IFEX Leader, And TechDirt's Editor

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 18:34 Uhr | Quelle yro.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes the Electronic Frontier Foundation: Whistleblower and activist Chelsea Manning, Techdirt editor and open internet advocate Mike Masnick, and IFEX executive director and global freedom of expression defender Annie Game are the distinguished winners of the 2017 Pioneer Awards, which recognize leaders who are extending freedom and innovation on the electronic frontier. This year's honorees -- a whistleblower, an editor, and an international freedom of expression activist -- all have worked tirelessly to protect the public's right to know. The award ceremony will be held the evening of September 14 at Delancey Street's Town Hall Room in San Francisco. The keynote speaker is Emmy-nominated comedy writer Ashley Nicole Black, a correspondent on Full Frontal with Samantha Bee who uses her unique comedic style to take on government surveillance, encryption, and freedom of information. The EFF describes Chelsea Manning as "a network security expert, whistleblower, and former U.S. Army intelligence analyst whose disclosure of classified Iraq war documents exposed human rights abuses and corruption the government kept hidden from the public." Their annoncement also notes that Annie Game has led the IFEX network of 115+ journalism and civil liberties groups around the world for over 10 years, and that Mike Masnick coined the term "The Streisand Effect" -- and is currently being sued by that man who claims he invented email.

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Oracle Now Wants To Give Java EE to an Open Source Foundation

IT Security Nachrichten vom 19.08.2017 um 17:34 Uhr | Quelle developers.slashdot.org
An anonymous reader quotes InfoWorld: Oracle wants to end its leadership in the development of enterprise Java and is looking for an open source foundation to take on the role. The company said Thursday that the upcoming Java EE (Enterprise Edition) 8 presents an opportunity to rethink how the platform is developed. Although development is done via open source with community participation, the current Oracle-led process is not seen as agile, flexible, or open enough. "We believe that moving Java EE technologies to an open source foundation may be the right next step, to adopt more agile processes, implement more flexible licensing and change the governance process," Oracle said in a statement... Despite its desire to retreat from Java EE leadership, Oracle said it plans to continue participating in the evolution of Java EE technologies. "But we believe a more open process, that is not dependent on a single vendor as platform lead, will encourage greater participation and innovation, and will be in best interests of the community"... Oracle's goals for offloading Java EE would have Oracle not lead the project as it still effectively does with Java SE. Red Hat's senior principal product manager called this "a very positive move," while Eclipse's executive director said that moving Java EE to a vendor-neutral open source foundation "would be great for both the platform and the community," adding "If asked to so, the Eclipse Foundation would be pleased to serve as the host organization."

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