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Mandriva: 2014:229: libvncserver  26 November 2014  Print E-mail
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Mandrake Updated libvncserver packages fix security vulnerabilities: A malicious VNC server can trigger incorrect memory management handling by advertising a large screen size parameter to the VNC client. This would result in multiple memory corruptions and could allow remote [More...]
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Mandriva: 2014:228: phpmyadmin  26 November 2014  Print E-mail
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Mandrake Multiple vulnerabilities has been discovered and corrected in phpmyadmin: * Multiple XSS vulnerabilities (CVE-2014-8958). [More...]
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Debian: 3076-1: wireshark: Summary  25 November 2014  Print E-mail
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Ubuntu: 2422-1: Squid vulnerabilities  25 November 2014  Print E-mail
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Ubuntu Squid could be made to crash if it received specially crafted networktraffic.
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Hacker Lexicon: What Is End-to-End Encryption?  25 November 2014  Print E-mail
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Source: Wired - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Cryptography Plenty of companies brag that their communications app is encrypted. But that marketing claim demands a followup question: Who has the key? In many cases, the company itself holds the cryptographic key data that lets it decrypt your messages—and so, therefore, does any hacker who compromises the company or government official standing over its shoulder.
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