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2018-07-27 | Blind XXE via Powerpoint files, ERPs being targeted by APTs says CERT, and Read Arbitrary Memory over Network

Friday, July 27

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TWEET OF THE DAY

  • We put a man on the moon because of: Math.

    We can’t put secure backdoors into encryption because of: Math.

    It’s precisely because of our understanding of Math that we can both put a man on the moon and not put secure backdoors into encryption.
    @TinkerSec

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There are now around 9000 known vulnerabilities in SAP and Oracle apps, which have seen a 100% increase in the number of publicly-available exploits over the past three years.

Onapsis in the ERP Report

 


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