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2017-10-26 | Noobsec, Social engineering the social engineers, and Emoji subpoenas
Thursday, October 26
Amanda Mork social engineered the social engineers at DEF CON
Linux TBB SFTP URI allows local IP disclosure [40 upvotes] - $3,000 bounty for this report to Tor by @julianjackson.
Report Private Links Leaks to Google Analytics via Query String Param [47 upvotes] - swag awarded for this report to HackerOne by @reydd.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Bad Rabbit technical analysis by @malwareunicorn
Noobsec by Kristina Elise
All day DevSecObs: Lending Club’s Ty Sbano talks bug bounties
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BadRabbit does not use the EternalBlue exploit, but demonstrates yet again how these attacks continue to evolve and innovate their evasive techniques.
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