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2018-02-06 | Cryptominers FTW, Temp.reaper, and Grammarly’s fast fix
Tuesday, February 6
TWEET OF THE DAY
Added SAML to a service and then, before shipping, started reading @Hacker0x01, GitHub and other public bug bounties for SAML-related vulnerabilities. So many good integration tests cases to write now. Would be crazy to ship SAML support without reading these. - @mccode
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Temp.reaper: North Korean threat group suspected to be behind Adobe Flash exploit
Vulnerability (found by Taviso) in Grammarly extension fixed
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