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2017-06-27 | Patch or Petya, Psaux AMA, and How not to encrypt a file
Tuesday, June 27
More ransomware. Petrwrap, strain of Petya. Possible links to WannaCry (the criminal group even maintained a twitter account). New Petya uses the NSA Eternalblue exploit. Patch, patch, patch, patch. Or your grocery stores will look like this.
Stored XSS in *.myshopify.com [7 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Shopify by @jamesclyde. The researcher reported an issue where any html typed in a input field in the Theme Editor would be instantiated in the document's DOM.
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I hope everyone kept a good stockpile of “I told you so” coupons from last time… - @thegrugq
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