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2017-06-05 | Hacking TLD, State of the cybers, and $8K BTC stolen
Monday, June 5
Hello galactic companions! Happy Monday. :)
Matthew Bryant, aka Mandatory, breaks down four ways to compromise a TLD/domain extension in his latest post: The Journey to Hijacking a Country’s TLD – The Hidden Risks of Domain Extensions. Mandatory wraps up with some recommendations for Internet authorities and the broader community.
Missing Rate Limiting protection leading to mass triggering of e-mails [3 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Nextcloud by @giligails. Issue was resolved by deploying reCAPTCHA in front of newsletter subscriptions.
More $10K+ bounties paid over the weekend - remember that you can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
ISACA’s State of the Cybers, 2017
Dude, that sucks (SMS 2FA hijacked, hacked coinbase wallet, $8K in bitcoins stolen)
PHE: Cybersecurity healthcare task force report
I’ll take Microsoft Hyper-V bug for $150,000, Alex
Scratch that, I’ll take Android bug for $200,000, Alex
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Sadly due to the sheer number of nameservers running outdated and insecure software responsible disclosure to all owners would likely be an endless endeavor.