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2018-01-24 | Nuclear red team exercises, Hide N Seek IoT botnet, and Facebook’s $100K Secure the Internet Grant
Wednesday, January 24
What is the ultimate cyber threat to society? Hard to argue with a nuclear system breaches and exploitation. The Verge reports on International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) red team exercises. The margin of error is razor thin.
Claiming ownership of GitHub handles via forked GitHub gists [43 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Keybase by @edio.
[serve] Directory index of arbitrary folder available due to lack of sanitization of %2e and %2f characters in url [7 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Node.js third-party modules by @bl4de.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Facebook offering grants up to $100k to "Secure the Internet"
TinderDrift: Those swipes are using HTTP.
Vulns in Apple products: Safari, watchOS, iOS, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, and tvOS could allow for arbitrary code execution.
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