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2017-08-09 | UK's smart car cyber law, Awesome-hacking, and AI for security
Wednesday, August 9
Happy 10-year anniversary, financial crisis.
The UK Government has issued new cyber security guidelines for smart cars: The key principles of vehicle cyber security for connected and automated vehicles. Admirable goal to keep security top of mind for all parties involved in the manufacturing supply chain, from designers and engineers, to retailers and senior level executives. Auto-ISAC is also worth mentioning as a collaborative initiative to stay ahead of threats.
Ability to log in as any user without authentication if █████████ is empty [10 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Ubiquiti Networks by @thenickdude. airControl system had a flaw that allowed unauthenticated access without a valid ticket
Ability to post comments to a crew even after getting kicked out [3 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Rockstar Games by @Anshuman_BH. TL;DR - Members who got kicked out of the crew, their sessions weren't being invalidated and they still had the old perms.
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“[the bill] will allow innovation to flourish and ensure the next wave of self-driving technology is invented, designed and operated safely in the UK.”