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2017-07-18 | Trump fires cyber diplomat, cybersecurity book bundle, and JSParser
Tuesday, July 18
Wordpress 4.7.2 - Two XSS in Media Upload when file too large. [19 upvotes] - $350 bounty for this report to WordPress by @skansing. An attacker could inject a malicious script into the filename which a victim tries to upload leading to XSS inside the administrator's control panel.
Access of Android protected components via embedded intent [9 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Slack by @bogipro. A malicious and unprivileged app on the victim's phone could interact with any activity in the Slack Android app, allowing manipulation of the app in unintended ways.
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