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2017-10-11 | Open.OnePlus, A bug has no name, and Symantec says no to source code reviews
Wednesday, October 11
OnePlus OxygenOS is collecting a lot of personal information about your phone usage through its built-in analytics says researcher Chris Moore.
Stored XSS on support.rockstargames.com [32 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Rockstar Games by @0x0luke.
Directory traversal at https://nightly.ubnt.com [15 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Ubiquity Networks by @grampae.
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A bug has no name: Windows DNS buffer overflow
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VTech data breach case likely being dismissed
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