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2017-05-26 | Lazarus profiled, Tainted leaks, and pacemaker problems
Friday, May 26
In the Bible, Lazarus was raised from the dead. In North Korea, the Lazarus Group writes malware. Symantec profiles Lazarus Group in their latest medium post. Much mystery still surrounds the WannaCry attack, and Lazarus itself, but ... it is unlikely to be the last we see of this audacious attack group.
[buy.coinbase.com]Content Injection - [10 upvotes] - $100 bounty for this report to Coinbase by @phspade.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
A pair of #Plotly bugs: Stored XSS & AWS Metadata SSRF. Resolved & disclosure approved via @Hacker0x01! #bugbounty @SecurityYasin
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Tainted Leaks via Citizen Lab
Despacito? Hackers chime in with their favorite hacking jams. What’s yours?
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