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2017-04-18 | Metadata trivia, Stalkerware, and Jason Bourne is a cyber dude
Tuesday, April 18
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TODAY’S TOP STORY
ISP’s down under are storing all that metadata (watch the AUS Attorney General attempt to explain metadata). England too, btw. Troy Hunt shares a compelling tale about mandatory ISP data retention and the law of unintended consequences in his most recent blog post. Which reminds us to ask: How many VPN buyer’s guides and articles have you read lately? The answer: Too bloody many!!
Stored XSS in e.mail.ru (payload affect multiple users) [14 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to mail.ru by @afinepl. 48 hours from report submission to bounty.
File access controls incorrectly enforced for files shared via QuickLink - Unshared files can be accessed [14 upvotes] - $600 bounty for this report to BrickFTP by @eboda. Oh Edgar, foobar is spelled fubar. Hackers and their POC humor.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Bug hunting in APIs and WebSockets: Attacking Microsoft Edge to identify users by leaking URLs from Fetch requests.
What does a hacker problem look like? Quora post by HackerOne co-founder, Jobert Abma.
Wordpress.org launched their bounty program to the public!
Stalkerware. Yeah, it’s a thing
Jason Bourne - cyber dude. Fact Checking Cyber Espionage Tactics in the latest Jason Bourne Movie
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