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Despite a difficult economic environment, organizations continue to invest in privacy, with spending up significantly from $1.2 million just three years ago to $2.7 million this year, according to Cisco. Yet, 92 percent of respondents believe their organization needs to do more to reassure customers about their data. The survey also finds that organizations’ privacy […]

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In a November 14 post on the Full Disclosure mailing list, the researcher said they had been in contact with the vendor, but claimed they did not receive a satisfactory response within a given timeframe. “As the attack complexity is low and exploits have already been published by a third party there must be no […]

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The most severe of the security defects is CVE-2022-20927, a bug in the dynamic access policies (DAP) functionality of ASA and FTD software, allowing a remote, unauthenticated attacker to cause a denial-of-service (DoS) condition. Due to improper processing of data received from the Posture (HostScan) module, an attacker could send crafted HostScan data to cause […]

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