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Cartoon Caption Winner: In Tow
Cartoon Contest  |  6/21/2021  | 
Name That Toon: Sight Unseen
Cartoon Contest  |  6/14/2021  | 
Cartoon Caption Winner: Road Trip
Cartoon Contest  |  6/7/2021  | 
Name That Toon: Road Trip
Cartoon Contest  |  5/17/2021  | 
Cartoon Caption Winner: Greetings, Earthlings
Cartoon Contest  |  5/11/2021  | 
Name That Toon: Greetings, Earthlings
Cartoon Contest  |  4/22/2021  | 
Name That Toon: Something Seems Afoul
Cartoon Contest  |  3/15/2021  | 
Name That Toon: Gather 'Round the Campfire
Cartoon Contest  |  2/15/2021  | 
Cartoon Caption Winner: Insider Threat
Cartoon Contest  |  2/8/2021  | 
Name That Toon: Insider Threat
Cartoon Contest  |  1/20/2021  | 
Ready for some fun? Come up with a clever cartoon caption for Dark Reading's January contest, and our panel of experts will reward the winner with a $25 Amazon gift card.
Cartoon: The Message Is Loud and Clear
Cartoon Contest  |  12/24/2020  | 
Cartoon Contest: Gong Show
Cartoon Contest  |  11/19/2020  | 
Cartoon: Identity Crisis
Cartoon Contest  |  9/25/2020  | 
Cartoon: Zoom in the COVID-19 Era
Cartoon Contest  |  8/14/2020  | 
Name That Toon: WFH Summer 2020
Cartoon Contest  |  7/17/2020  | 
Cartoon: COVID19 Futures
Cartoon Contest  |  6/19/2020  | 
Name That Toon: Return to the New Normal
Cartoon Contest  |  5/22/2020  | 
Cartoon: Phishing Intelligence
Cartoon Contest  |  4/20/2020  | 
Cartoon: Cyber Hiring Challenges
Cartoon Contest  |  2/18/2020  | 
Name that Toon: Staircase to the Cloud
Cartoon Contest  |  1/17/2020  | 
Cartoon: Bring IOT to Work
Cartoon Contest  |  12/13/2019  | 
Name That Toon: Endpoint Protection
Cartoon Contest  |  11/11/2019  | 
Cartoon: 'Artificial' Intelligence
Cartoon Contest  |  10/18/2019  | 
Name That Toon: SOC Puppets
Cartoon Contest  |  9/13/2019  | 
Cartoon: Identity Theft Mitigation
Cartoon Contest  |  8/22/2019  | 
Name That Toon: Beat the Heat
Cartoon Contest  |  7/12/2019  | 
Cartoon: Password Generation Gap
Cartoon Contest  |  6/7/2019  | 
Name That Toon: End User Lockdown
Cartoon Contest  |  5/10/2019  | 
Cartoon: The Cyber Mindset
Cartoon Contest  |  4/5/2019  | 
Name That Toon: The Advanced Persistent Threat
Cartoon Contest  |  3/8/2019  | 
Cartoon: Connected Car Security
Cartoon Contest  |  2/8/2019  | 
Name that Toon: A Dog's Life
Cartoon Contest  |  1/12/2019  | 
Cartoon: The Soviet Threat
Cartoon Contest  |  12/21/2018  | 
Name That Toon: I Spy
Cartoon Contest  |  11/19/2018  | 
Cartoon: Body Metrics
Cartoon Contest  |  10/19/2018  | 
Name that Toon: Risky Business
Cartoon Contest  |  9/11/2018  | 
Cartoon: Hack the Vote
Cartoon Contest  |  8/18/2018  | 
Name That Toon: Mobile Threat
Cartoon Contest  |  7/10/2018  | 
Cartoon: Security Awareness
Cartoon Contest  |  6/8/2018  | 
Name That Toon: Threat Landscape
Cartoon Contest  |  4/26/2018  | 
Cartoon: Reverse Ransomware
Cartoon Contest  |  3/16/2018  | 
Name That Toon: Disappearing Act
Cartoon Contest  |  2/6/2018  | 
Cartoon: C-Suite & Cybersecurity
Cartoon Contest  |  1/8/2018  | 
Name That Toon: 'Tis the Season
Cartoon Contest  |  11/24/2017  | 
Cartoon: Security Talent Crisis
Cartoon Contest  |  10/20/2017  | 
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
Cartoon Contest  |  4/28/2017  | 
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Traefik is an open source HTTP reverse proxy and load balancer. Versions prior to 2.9.6 are subject to a potential vulnerability in Traefik displaying the Authorization header in its debug logs. In certain cases, if the log level is set to DEBUG, credentials provided using the Authorization header a...
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tinymce is an open source rich text editor. A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability was discovered in the alert and confirm dialogs when these dialogs were provided with malicious HTML content. This can occur in plugins that use the alert or confirm dialogs, such as in the `image` plugin, which p...