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2017-08-02 | IoT legislation, Wifi cactus, and Alexa, are you listening?
Wednesday, August 2
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Email link poisoning / Host header attack [19 upvotes] - $200 bounty for this report to Boozt Fashion AB by @ramsexy.
SSRF and local file disclosure in wordpress.com/media/videos/ via FFmpeg HLS processing [31 upvotes] - $800 bounty for this report to Automattic by @neex. GAB2 subtitle chunks inside an AVI file processed HLS playlists that contained references to external files.
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