Tenable Network Security Podcast Episode 139 - "IE Vulnerabilities, SecurityCenter Sneak Preview"
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New & Notable Plugins
- Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation Server Detection (Credentialed Check)
- MS12-061: Vulnerability in Visual Studio Team Foundation Server
- MS12-062: Vulnerability in System Center Configuration Manager
- MS Update Rollup for ActiveX Kill Bits (2736233)
- SolarWinds Orion NPM < 10.3.1 Vulnerabilities
- ISC BIND Assertion Error Resource Record Remote DoS
- WebSphere MQ 7.1 < 126.96.36.199 Security Configuration Bypass
- XnView < 1.99.1 JPEG Compressed TIFF Image Overflow
- LogAnalyzer index.php highlight Parameter XSS
- MDaemon WorldClient < 12.5.7 XSS Vulnerabilities
Passive Vulnerability Scanner
- JustCloud 'Cloud' Backup Service Detection
- Apache 2.2 < 2.2.23 Vulnerabilities
- iTunes < 10.7 Vulnerabilities
- Real Networks RealPlayer < 188.8.131.52 Vulnerabilities
- Sprint TV app on Android mobile devices
- MS Skydrive 'Cloud' Backup Service Detection
- Carbonite 'Cloud' Backup Service Detection
- Foursquare app on an Android mobile device
Nessus ProfessionalFeed and SecurityCenter customers can download compliance checks from the Tenable Support Portal.
- Sneak Peek at SecurityCenter 4.6
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- Compliance Lessons from Lance « The New School of Information Security
- Tenable Network Security: Auditing Open Ports on Windows.
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- Users told: Get rid of Internet Explorer (again)
- Microsoft offers workarounds for IE bug
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