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2018-03-02 | Let's Encrypt ACMEv2 implementation update, DevSecOpoly, and Did I hear a blockchain in there?
Friday, March 2
Did I hear a blockchain in there? The Mobile Authentication Taskforce comprised of the 4 major U.S. carriers announced updates to their work at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona for “trusted multi-factor authentication platform powered by the carrier networks”.
Reflected XSS+CSRF on secure.lahitapiola.fi [13 upvotes] - $700 bounty for this report to LocalTapiola by @putsi.
[growth.grab.com] Reflected XSS via Base64-encoded "q" param on "my.html" Valentine's microsite [10 upvotes] - $200 bounty for this report to GrabTaxi by @ysx.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Just put it on my tab: Equifax ups the number of impacted individuals from the 2017 breach.
Let's Encrypt ACMEv2 implementation supporting wildcard certificates is completed
Phishing will find that one asset that does not have multi-factor. Just ask FS-ISAC
DevSecOpoly - Thank you Mark.
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