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2018-01-25 | Feudal security, Pwn2Own rules and targets announced, and Learn how to hack for free
Thursday, January 25
Big tech companies get (deeper) into the cybersecurity business. Chronicle by Alphabet and Amazon acquired security startup Sqrrl. MIT wonders, is this a good thing? Bruce Schneier would probably say no.
Authenticated DOM-based XSS in deals.razerzone.com via the rurl parameter. [10 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Razer US by @edio.
POST XSS in careers.razerzone.com via the txt_email parameter. [10 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Razer US by @edio.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
ICYMI: Dept of Commerce drafted a report on botnets & other distributed, automated attacks, w significant attention to addressing IoT Security. We need your input on making it better, esp. on actions & next steps!... - @allanfriedman
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Slides by Mathy Vanhoef about the #KRACK attack against WPA2 including some of his thoughts and remarks on multi-party vulnerability coordination (slides 40 - 44).
Rules and targets for Pwn2Own 2018 announced
Hacker101: Free class for web security by @daeken
Cyber Incident and Breach Trends Report by Online Trust Alliance. See Politico’s notes for the highlights.
ICO funded projects hit by 100 cyber attacks a month according to Group IB
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