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2017-05-25 | APT32, Why VDP fails, and OpenSSL Vulns Fixed
Thursday, May 25
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APT32, gets up close and personal with Wired. Also called OceanLotus Group, APT32 is known for sophisticated attacks on private companies, foreign governments, journalists, and activists alike.
Xss в https://e.mail.ru/ [7 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Mail.Ru by @xawdxawdx. XSS on settings page via archive folder name.
Excessive allocation of memory in dtls1_preprocess_fragment() (CVE-2016-6308) [5 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to OpenSSL by @theyarestone. Four other similar reports. Very similar to CVE-2016-6307, but underlying defect is different and it impacts DTLS.
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