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2018-02-22 | Pwned Passwords, SEC’s updated cybersecurity guidance, and The myth of the hacker-proof voting machine
Thursday, February 22
Pwned Passwords released by Troy Hunt (creator of “haveibeenpwned.com”). Troy says: There are 501,636,842 *unique* Pwned Passwords in V2. This is distilled down from 3,033,858,815 in total so each password appeared an average of 6 times over. The top password was "123456" and it appeared 20,760,336 times across the source data.
Open redirect at app.goodhire.com via ReturnUrl parameter [10 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to Inflection by @exception.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
SEC updated 2011 cybersecurity disclosures guidance for public companies. Review and analysis from SC Magazine and Politico.
New York Times writes about “The Myth of the Hacker-Proof Voting Machine”. PSA: nothing is hacker-proof.
SEC Consult published research on critical vulnerabilities in baby monitors, 2nd of their IoT series research.
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What I’ve seen in the past 10 years is that the vendors have absolutely fumbled every single attempt in security