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Drupal Core: Behind the Vulnerability

Earlier this year, the Checkmarx Security Research Team conducted an investigation of the new version of Drupal Core (Drupal 9) – a content management system (CMS) written in PHP – uncovering several interesting issues whose technical details are worth discussing openly. This article covers the technical facets of CVE-2020-13663 that were made public by Checkmarx

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Local File Inclusion Vulnerability

How a Local File Inclusion Vulnerability led to the AdultFriendFinder Hack

For millions of users, and former users, of websites on the Friend Finder Network, the service built to bring them closer to their fantasies is turning into a nightmare. In what Wired is calling a “privacy catastrophe,” over 400 million accounts and deleted accounts, were breached on one of the world’s largest adult dating websites as

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How Secure Are Your Open Source Components?

For organizations around the world, open source code has allowed faster time to market, decreased the workload for developers and lowered costs for the organization. The ability for great minds from around the world to come together on a piece of code has given us Linux, Mozilla Firefox, WordPress, and hundreds of thousands of other

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