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New & Notable Plugins
- ZEN Load Balancer Information Disclosure
- MediaWiki index.php Parameter XSS
- DB2 10.1 < Fix Pack 1 Vulnerabilities
- Cisco IOS Software DHCP Version 6 Server Denial of Service Vulnerability
- Foxit Reader < 5.4.3 Path Subversion Arbitrary Code Execution
- Poweradmin index.php XSS
Passive Vulnerability Scanner
- Sugarsync 'Cloud' Backup Service Detection
- Accessing iTunes Store on an Apple iOS device
- Apple iOS < 6.0 Vulnerabilities
- Browsing Cydia software packages
- Google Chrome < 22.0.1229.79 Vulnerabilities
SecurityCenter Report Templates
Nessus ProfessionalFeed and SecurityCenter customers can download compliance checks from the Tenable Support Portal.
- Tenable Audit Policies - CIS Unix and Linux
- Auditing Virtual Machines On Hyper-V Host
- WMI Auditing with Nessus
- Pen testers should broaden scope, focus more on people, expert says
- Students will be doing vulnerability tests on security products at Iowa State University's new lab
- Researcher says 100,000 passwords exposed on IEEE site
- Millions of DSL modems hacked in Brazil
- Is antivirus dead? Startup launches first 'exploit blocking' program
- Security Intelligence Starts With Detecting The Weird - Dark Reading
- BBC News - Android phone 'wipeout' security flaw exposed
- iOS 6 already on 60 percent of iPhones in North America
- Hackers leak 120,000 student records in raid on world's top unis