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2018-01-15 | F-Secure’s AMT exploit, Aon’s 2018 Cybersecurity predictions, and The Blockchain graveyard
Monday January 15
Cleartext protocol after bank authentication (yrityspalvelu.tapiola.fi) [6 upvotes] - $100 bounty for this report to LocalTapiola by @muon4.
Cloudflare does not sufficiently truncate credit card numbers in invoices [1 upvote] - no bounty for this report to Cloudflare by @webster.
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