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2017-10-24 | Dissecting Mr. Robot, Onion nmap, and SecurityatSF
Tuesday, October 24
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Formula injection via CSV exports in WordCamp Talks plugin [9 upvotes] - $50 bounty for this report to WordCamp by @whitehatter.
Use-after-free during XML transformations (MFSA-2016-27) [3 upvotes] - $300 bonus bounty for this report to Tor by @agarri_fr.
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