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2017-09-06 | Self-driving car bill HR 3388, Dragonfly 2.0, and CVE-2017-9805
Wednesday, September 6
The road to self-driving cars has many speed bumps. RE Code says we need to stop pretending that the autonomous car is imminent. Ars reports that hacking street signs with stickers could confuse self-driving cars. HR 3388 is before the U.S. House of Representatives today, a bill that would speed the deployment of self-driving cars.
SAML Authentication Bypass on uchat.uberinternal.com [38 upvotes] - $8,500 bounty for this report to Uber by @mishre.
[IDOR] The authenticated user can restart website build or view build logs on any another Federalist account [12 upvotes] - $350 bounty for this report to TTS Bug Bounty (18F) by @sp1d3rs.
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Dragonfly 2.0 - Sabotage of power grids in US, Switzerland, and Turkey
SEC Chief wants investors to better understand cyberrisk [WSJ, paywall]
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