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2018-03-28 | City of Atlanta returns to the digital age, PowerPoint exploits are so choice, and That cryptomining side hustle
Wednesday, March 28
The City of Atlanta flickers back to the digital age, still recovering from SamSam ransomware attack.
`whereis` concatenates unsanitized input into exec() command [5 upvotes] - No bounty for this report to Node.js third-party modules by @chalker.
Stored XSS (client-side, using cookie poisoning) [31 upvotes] - $250 bounty for this report to Pornhub by @sp1d3rs.
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