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SANS Instructor and CEO of H & A Security Solutions
Member Since: 7/10/2017
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Justin Henderson is a SANS Instructor and course author of SEC555: SIEM with Tactical Analytics, and CEO of H & A Security Solutions. He is a passionate security architect and researcher with over decade of experience working in the Healthcare industry. He has also had multiple opportunities to work on government contracts specializing in network monitoring systems and incident analysis. Justin was the 13th GSE to become both a red and blue SANS Cyber Guardian and holds over 50 industry certifications.

Articles by Justin Henderson
White House Cybersecurity Strategy at a Crossroads
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark Reading,  7/17/2018
Lessons from My Strange Journey into InfoSec
Lysa Myers, Security Researcher, ESET,  7/12/2018
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CVE-2018-14364
PUBLISHED: 2018-07-18
GitLab Community and Enterprise Edition before 10.7.7, 10.8.x before 10.8.6, and 11.x before 11.0.4 allows Directory Traversal with write access and resultant remote code execution via the GitLab projects import component.
CVE-2018-14387
PUBLISHED: 2018-07-18
An issue was discovered in WonderCMS before 2.5.2. An attacker can create a new session on a web application and record the associated session identifier. The attacker then causes the victim to authenticate against the server using the same session identifier. The attacker can access the user's acco...
CVE-2018-14388
PUBLISHED: 2018-07-18
joyplus-cms 1.6.0 has XSS via the manager/admin_ajax.php can_search_device array parameter.
CVE-2018-14389
PUBLISHED: 2018-07-18
joyplus-cms 1.6.0 has SQL Injection via the manager/admin_ajax.php val parameter.
CVE-2018-12429
PUBLISHED: 2018-07-18
JEESNS through 1.2.1 allows XSS attacks by ordinary users who publish articles containing a crafted payload in order to capture an administrator cookie.