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2017-11-13 | Verizon’s DBIR 2017, IcedID, and Analysis of the S8 data line locator
Monday, November 13
Command injection on Phabricator instance with an evil hg branch name [31 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Phabricator by @pnig0s.
Opportunity to obtain private tweets through search widget preview caches [43 upvotes] - $1,120 bounty for this report to Twitter by @csanuragjain.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Bank websites don’t need to be secure. You heard it here first! - @troyhunt
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Analysis of the S8 data line locator: Inside a low budget consumer hardware espionage implant
Amazon added 5 new S3 encryption & security features
IcedID: new banking trojan discovered by IBM X-Force Research
NYT reports on the NSA and Shadow Brokers: security breaches and spilled secrets
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