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2017-11-14 | RCE on a Boeing 757, Hardening C/C++, and Top shelf Burp Plugins
Tuesday, November 14
DHS got an RCE on a Boeing 757: “We got the airplane on Sept. 19, 2016. Two days later, I was successful in accomplishing a remote, non-cooperative, penetration...”
Privilege escalation in the client impersonation functionality [12 upvotes] - $1,500 bounty for this report to Ubiquiti Networks by @twicedi.
#h1212CTF: 34,921,283 requests in 12-hours, 2 people captured the flag… perhaps brute force isn’t the key. [insert thinking emoji here]
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Worthwhile Burp Suite plugins by Nathan Walsh (with a shout out to @albinowax)
The old “tin foil hat for your router” trick
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