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2018-03-20 | Microsoft’s Spectre and Meltdown style bug bounty, Alex Stamos is (probably) leaving Facebook, and Frans and Fredrik go to Nullcon
Tuesday, March 20
Microsoft announced a “limited-time bounty program for speculative execution side channel vulnerabilities”.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Looks like there's no need to worry about Firefox ever implementing an XSS filter any more - @albinowax
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Alex Stamos is leaving Facebook but likely not til August. Alex Stamos tweeted that he is still “fully engaged” at Facebook.
LinkedIn’s CISO Cory Scott did a Q&A with Decipher
MalwareTech says you should learn these programming languages for malware analysis
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