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2017-09-01 | Chrome Extension Facebook malware, Reversing OBi200, and Detecting debuggers within Windows
Friday, September 1
Dissecting the Chrome Extension Facebook malware by Frans Rosén and David Jacoby
Reverse Engineering the OBi200 Google Voice Appliance: Part 1 by Randy Westergren
Detecting debuggers by abusing a bad assumption within Windows by Nemanja Mulasmajic and Michael VanKuipers
Installing a crafted gem package may create or overwrite files [8 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to RubyGems by @mame.
Stored XSS on player.vimeo.com [3 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Vimeo by @stefanofindsbugs.
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