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2018-03-09 | Operation bayonet, Cyberattacks at top of Global Risks Landscape, and Netlab details Memcache DDoS attacks
Friday, March 9
World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Landscape 2018 puts cyberattacks right up there with natural disasters and global warming as top risks to the world economy.
XSS through `__e2e_action_id` delivered by JSONP [34 upvotes] - $200 bounty + $400 bonus for this report to Quora by @0xnan.
CVE-2017-15277 on Profile page [8 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Twitter by @emitrani.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Pitch: Kitchen Nightmares, but for security programs.
“Why do you have a bug bounty? You don’t even have an SDL!!”
“Your entire production system was out-of-scope for the last pen-test?!”
“Dark Web Threat Intelligence?! You don’t even have a bloody SIEM!” - @geoffbelknap
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Chinese Qihoo 360's Netlab details the volume of recent Memcache DDoS attacks
Operation bayonet: Takeover, not takedown
Vuln prioritization is critical. Why?
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If you run an ice cream shop, or a hospital, or a large multinational corporation, there isn’t much you’re going to be able to do about the next Category 5 hurricane or the Arctic melting. You’re also not in a position to do much about the increasingly likely prospect of a nuclear conflagration. But cybersecurity? You can do something about that. And that’s an important distinction.