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2018-01-16 | Inspectre, Purple rain attack, and Firefox announces security contexts everywhere
Tuesday, January 16
Firefox announced that you will need HTTPS to deploy new features and additions. Vincent Lynch says it is “A major step forward which is finally possible after a lot of ground work to make HTTPS more accessible.”
Query string parameter modifications returned in page [6 upvotes] - $128 bounty for this report to Showmax by @ven0ms.
DNS pinning SSRF [3 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Alien Vault by @cujanovic.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Inspectre: Easily examine and understand any Windows system's hardware and software capability to prevent Meltdown and Spectre attacks.
Those meltdown updates though: Meltdown patches are making industrial control systems lurch, and Wired looks at the hidden toll
Purple rain attack by netmux
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