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2017-06-22 | OpenVPN vulns, Edge-tastic, and Honda Wanna Cry
Four important security vulnerabilities in OpenVPN. Includes commentary on why commissioning code audits to find vulnerabilities has its limitations (the vulns were found after there was an audit).
[Studio.twitter.com] See someone else pics [34 upvotes] - $5,040 bounty for this report to Twitter by @anand_prakash.
Open Redirect & Information Disclosure [mijn.werkenbijdefensie.nl] [16 upvotes] - $350 bounty for this report to Maximum by @exr.
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Most of this issues were found through fuzzing. I hate admitting it, but my chops in the arcane art of reviewing code manually, acquired through grueling practice, are dwarfed by the fuzzer in one fell swoop; the mortal’s mind can only retain and comprehend so much information at a time…
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