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2017-10-30 | ActiveScan++ update, Reverse CTF fun, and DOM XSS
Monday, October 30
KPMG: Bug bounty programs - not just for Silicon Valley tech companies
Race Condition in Definition Votes [5 upvotes] - swag awarded for this report to Urban Dictionary by @cablej.
Leaking all Personal Details of all Zomato Users through an endpoint [19 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to Zomato by @prateek_0490.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Are we secure yet? - @jeremiahg
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Security.txt: a method for web security policies, worth sharing again :)
ActiveScan++ can now detect blind Solr/Lucene injection leading to XXE+RCE
Reverse CTF fun, compliments of Jobert Abma
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