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2017-12-13 | CryptSky, Guide to secure PHP, and 83 percent of doctors experience cyberattacks
Wednesday, December 13
A whopping 83% of doctors have experienced some sort of cyberattack according to an Accenture and American Medical Association Report. Or for all the infosec pessimists: 100% of doctors are the victims of cyberattacks but 17% are unaware they’ve been pwned.
PHPMYADMIN Setup is accessible without authentication on [redacted] [12 upvotes] - $600 bounty for this report to Local Tapiola by @w00tr00t.
Unsecure: Bypass alerts of Little Flocker / Little Snitch / HandsOff! / BlockBlock [3 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to The Internet by @pwnsdx.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
CryptSky: open source, fully python ransomware PoC for educational purposes.
Anubis, a subdomain enumerator and information gathering tool
Hacking Team investigation to be closed (if the Italian Prosecutor gets their way)
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