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2018-03-14 | Lazyrecon, PayPal ups its bounty, and SINET ITSEF 2018 recap
Wednesday, March 14
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Lazyrecon: A script intended to automate your reconnaissance process in an organized fashion and creates an html report at the end! - @NahamSec
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
SINET ITSEF 2018 recap by Cyberwire: MIST, Emerging threats, dissing RSA, perspectives on defense and more.
HenBox: new Android malware family masquerading as a variety of legitimate Android apps. Palo Alto Networks notes that “HenBox apps themselves have only been found on third-party (non-Google Play) app stores.”
Legal precedence on breach cases tough to decipher when two cases within two days have different results
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