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2018-03-26 | Facebook’s Android app harvesting call logs, AutoFuzz patch rewards by Google, and The newcomers guide to threat actor naming
Monday, March 26
Buzz amongst the #h1-202 crowd this weekend was about Facebook and the discovery by New Zealand developer Dylan McKay that the Android version of the Facebook app harvests your call logs. Here’s Dylan’s ruby script, and he also explains how to see your data. Related, Elon asks, “What’s Facebook?”
h1-202 leaderboard photo discloses local wifi password [61 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to HackerOne by @0x0g. Quite the hunter methodology deployed.
Reflected XSS in the IE 11 / Edge (latest versions) on the *redacted* [17 upvotes] - $100 bounty for this report to WePay by @sp1d3rs.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Interesting work coming out of @Netflix for displaying Attack Trees and showing the pros and cons of GraphViz vs @cytoscapejs (which I used in CloudMapper as well). Looks like defenders are doing a good job thinking in graphs @JohnLaTwC :) - @0xdabbad00
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
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