Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Quarterly Trends Report on Web Application Security

Cenzic: Scouring data from Mitre, OWASP, SANS, OSVDB, Symantec, US-CERT and their internal research, Cenzic details the top vulnerabilities for the last quarter of 2009. The most severe vulnerabilities uncovered during this time included the following:

  • Adobe Flash Media Server Directory Traversal Vulnerability
  • Juniper Networks JUNOS J-Web Multiple Cross Site Scripting And HTML Injection Vulnerabilities
  • Citrix XenCenterWeb Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • Oracle E-Business Suite Multiple Remote Vulnerabilities
  • Websense Email Security Cross-Site Scripting and HTML Injection Vulnerabilities
  • SSLv3/TLS Renegotiation Stream Injection
  • Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) in Microsoft Windows Server IIS Arbitrary Code Execution
  • HP ProCurve Switch Management Interface Multiple HTML Injection Vulnerabilities
  • Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Authentication Mechanism Unauthorized Access Vulnerability
  • Sun Java SE November 2009 Multiple Security Vulnerabilities

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