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2018-03-22 | Dropbox updates and open sources their VDP, Ethereum account balance manipulation, and AMD confirms CTS Labs exploits
Thursday, March 22
An example to follow: Dropbox’s Chris Evans pens a blog about recent changes to their Bug Bounty program and also why they open sourced their VDP template.
Ethereum account balance manipulation [126 upvotes] - $10,000 bounty for this report to Coinbase by @vicompany
Installer can modify other gems if gem name is specially crafted [5 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to RubyGems by @nmalkin.
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AMD has completed its assessment and confirms CTS exploits are legit, patches coming in a few weeks
IETF have now adopted his security.txt spec. Congrats to Ed and the whole security.txt team!
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