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2017-06-15 | Muni bond cyber risks, Vine bug, and XSS-radar
Thursday, June 15
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Reuters digs into how the U.S. municipal bond market is slowly starting to pay heed to cyber risks. Even S&P Global has begun to quiz states, cities and towns about their cyber defenses. Some credit analysts are starting to factor cyber security when they look at bonds but Fitch Ratings still does not consider cyber security in its ratings, and many investors still are not concerned enough to ask for details - yet.
Vine - overwrite account associated with email via android application [16 upvotes] - $280 bounty for this report to Twitter by @mishre. A logic issue in the Vine signup flow allowed a user to create a new account that would be associated with a user’s email, which could result in the user being unable to access their original account.
Open redirect / Reflected XSS payload in root that affects all your sites (store.starbucks.* / shop.starbucks.* / teavana.com) [9 upvotes] - $375 bounty for this report to Starbucks by @inhibitor181.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
XSS-radar by Bug Bounty Forum. Fuzz away.
How-To: Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF) by H1 co-founder Jobert Abma
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