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2018-01-02 | AdThink and OnAudience, New year - new rules, and DOM XSS in Facebook mobile
Tuesday, January 2
AdThink and OnAudience: Web trackers exploit browser login managers. Princeton researchers Gunes Acar, Steven Englehardt, and Arvind Narayanan reveal how a long-known vulnerability in browsers’ built-in password managers is abused by third-party scripts for tracking on more than a thousand sites.
WHILE WE WERE AWAY...
@uraniumhacker shared a blog on an RCE that was recently found on Yahoo, @magoo went through all CA data breach notifications this year and categorized them, @shubs and @alexstamos talk about how NOT to win bug bounties, @nahamsec shared DOM XSS in Facebook Mobile Site, @insitusec published a vulnerability disclosure cheat sheet, @briankrebs says there’s a positive side-effect of BTC fluctuations, and @jobertabma shared a recon trick.
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity
TWEET OF THE DAY
block ads — they dangerous. - @jeremiahg
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
IOHIDeous - macOS zero-day disclosed on new years eve
Thank you, captain obvious: Security software can be a powerful spy tool
It’s 2018. That means all defense contractors must meet these required security measures published by NIST.
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