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2017-10-30 | ActiveScan++ update, Reverse CTF fun, and DOM XSS

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Matthew Green's team "developed a sophisticated analytic technique called 'making a graduate student read every FIPS document on the CMVP website'." Using this technique, they noted a number of vendors had language indicating these keys were not being generated at each device startup.

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