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2018-02-16 | Encryption debates, BuckHacker, and Telugu text bomb
Friday, February 16
Encryption debates: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine published a new report of a framework for policymakers to address debate over encryption. Critique is that the long-awaited report adds little to the conversation.
MediaElements XSS [6 upvotes] - $450 bounty for this report to WordPress by @shay12tg.
Securemail server used to internal spam and resource exhaustion [4 upvotes] - $264 bounty for this report to LocalTapiola by @billy_blaze.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Bongo, a company acquired by FedEx had thousands of customer records exposed.
Telugu text bomb crashes iOS and MacOS
NotPetya, not cool. White House issues terse statement rebuking Russia
SamSam ransomware has generated over $350K in recent weeks
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It’s not practical to expect local election administrators in rural Missouri or small-town Maine to go toe-to-toe with the premier government-backed cyber-mercenaries of China or North Korea.