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2018-02-26 | Winning the cyber olympics, Fun with self-decryption, and Windows kernel bug
Monday, February 26
Russia reportedly hacked the Olympics (and tried to make it look like it was North Korea) Washington Post reported over the weekend. @thegrugq says Russia takes home the cyber gold for this Olympics and explains why in his latest post.
Persistent DOM-based XSS in https://help.twitter.com via localStorage [64 upvotes] - $1,120 bounty for this report to Twitter by @harisec.
Just one hacktivity report highlight today. Read it twice. It’s that good.
New public program just launched: Sony
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity
TWEET OF THE DAY
Narrator: It does not. - @kennwhite
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Move aside, Optimus: MeltdownPrime and SpectrePrime
Fun with self-decryption x64dbg
Compiler bug? Linker bug? Windows Kernel bug.
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