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2017-04-26 | 6 steps to internet safety nirvana, Open AWS S3 buckets, and what is this, 1995?
Wednesday, April 26
Happy hump day.
Lock down your login lays out 6-steps to internet safety nirvana. And for sure, stay away from these probable wordlists for passwords. In related news, The National Cyber Security Alliance and Google will be giving congressional staff a primer on information security today. Yep, one-day should do it.
Open Aws Amazon S3 Buckets [20 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Mapbox by @saad_ahmed. S3 buckets with public-read ACL.
[Android API] SQL injection ( errortoken.json ) [8 upvotes] - undisclosed bounty for this report to YouPorn by @lisa122. Blind SQL injection on the YouPorn Android app download link
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Breaking RSA, CTF (crypto 200)
Does your web browser have a unique fingerprint?
What is this, 1995? University student in Canada reports security bug, gets banned from school.
Shhh. No-one will ever know we were hacked except Motherboard.
Blackmail threats, Ashley Madison style.
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