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How to order a pen test

Blog | | Martin Hanic
Although people working in the IT security industry may consider this question to be as trivial as "How to order a phone charger", for many, writing a purchase order for a penetration test can be like designing a nuclear power plant.
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Unofficial Patch Tuesday – MSMQ Privilege Escalation Vulnerability Hotfix

Blog | | Citadelo
This security patch resolves a public vulnerability in the Windows Message Queuing Service (MSMQ) discovered by KoreLogic
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We found vulnerability of CMS Made Simple

Blog | | Citadelo
CMS Made Simple is a free, open source CMS to provide developers, programmers and site owners a web-based development and administration area. In 2010 it won the Packt Publishing annual award for open source content management.
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ExtendedMacro – BurpSuite plugin

Blog | | Citadelo
BurpSuite Proxy is one of the most used HTTP proxy application for web penetration testers. This tool is one of the best in its category, but sometimes we encounter a situation requiring additional functionality which is not provided by Burp itself.
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MODX Revolution CMS 2.5.6

Blog | | Citadelo
Modx Revolution is great CMS, that is Open Source, UX friendly and easy to use. However, in a version 2.5.6 and lower we have identified multiple vulnerabilities.
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WebsiteBaker CMS 2.10.0 – Multiple SQL Injection Vulnerabilities

Blog | | Citadelo
The vulnerability exists due to insufficient filtration of user-supplied data. By exploiting this vulnerability, an attacker gains access to all records stored in the database with the privileges of the WebsiteBaker database user
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