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2017-07-11 | The .io error, Vine Archive bug, and Reckless part III
Tuesday, July 11
Cheers to a productive Tuesday!
Matt Bryant is at it again with The .io Error – Taking Control of All .io Domains With a Targeted Registration. You can also see his previous post on how he hijacked .na and .co; among others.
Vine all registered user Private/sensitive information disclosure .[ Ip address/phone no/email and many other informations ] [44 upvotes] - $7,560 bounty for this report to Twitter by @R3liGiOusHuNt3r. Bug related to the Vine Archive which had the potential to expose the email address or phone number associated with a Vine account - reported, triaged, and fixed within 24-hours of the feature launching.
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity
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Zero Day initiative has paid out over $2M in bounties
Reckless part III - by Citizen Lab
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