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2018-01-03 | Intel CPU design flaw, CSRF in phpMyAdmin, and Host tool chrome extension
Wednesday, January 3
Android MailRu Email: Thirdparty can access private data files with small user interaction [8 upvotes] - $300 bounty for this report to Mail.Ru by @dzmitry.
Crafted frame injection leading to form-based UI redressing [14 upvotes] - $100 bounty for this report to Automattic by @edio.
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity
TWEET OF THE DAY
Market self-regulation assumes (at least) 3 things not present in IoT market:
1 Buyers can distinguish among alternatives
2 Buyers can account for true cost and risk
3 Buyers/operators have recourse when reasonably foreseeable harms are not addressed - @beauwoods
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Speaking of IoT: Botnet's Huawei router exploit code is now public
No more paperless voting machines? This bill would “drive a stake through the heart of paperless voting”.
"Host Tool", a Chrome extension for quickly changing between vhosts on bug bounty targets! By @_ruby.
CSRF in phpMyAdmin. PMASA-2017-9
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