A Walk Down Vulnerability Lane

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This is a podcast episode titled, A Walk Down Vulnerability Lane. The summary for this episode is: Kenna Security recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary on Dec. 10th, 2020; so we decided to do what we do best and take a data-based (and rare) review of the top vulnerabilities from the past decade, year-by-year.
The Ghost of RBVM Past, Present, & Future
00:23 MIN
Allow Me To Re-Introduce Jerry Gamblin
00:32 MIN
Slowing Down To Take a Look Back
01:29 MIN
Quick Predictions for Number of CVE's in 2021
02:09 MIN
A History of Kenna Risk Scoring
05:50 MIN
Wins Above Replacement for Cybersecurity
01:05 MIN
The Vuln That Brought Cyber Espionage To The Mainstream
02:03 MIN
2011 - Bad Year For Printers
02:15 MIN
2012 - MSFT RCE's & The Start Of UAC (Annoying Users About Security)
06:25 MIN
2013 - MSFT Image Zero Day & Unintended Crypto $$ Consequences
02:35 MIN
Shot Out To Fahmida
00:36 MIN
2014 - The Year of Branded Vulnerabilities
05:18 MIN
2015 - The Beginning Of The End Of Flash
02:20 MIN
2015 - First Major Infrastructure Hardware Backdoor To Get A CVE
06:09 MIN
2016 - RCE In ISP Modems (IoT is a term now)
02:08 MIN
2017 - Petya & The Year of Apache Vulns
01:56 MIN
2018 - Spectre/Meltdown & Academic Research Vulns
02:29 MIN
2018 - Vulns In Open Source Tools
01:25 MIN
2019 - Predicting BlueKeep
01:18 MIN
2020 - F5 Networks & MSFT RCE
01:11 MIN
Final Thoughts for 2021
03:13 MIN
Thanks For Listening in 2020!!!
01:12 MIN

DESCRIPTION

Kenna Security recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary on Dec. 10th, 2020; so we decided to do what we do best and take a data-based (and rare) review of the top vulnerabilities from the past decade, year-by-year.