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2018-04-04 | The good, bad, and ugly of the 2018 IBM X-Force report, Why cyber is the 5th domain of warfare, and The Roadrunner RCE
Wednesday, April 4
The 2018 IBM X-Force report is out. There’s a mix of good, bad, and ugly. The good: Top targeted industries experienced a decline in attacks and security incidents — down 18 percent and 22 percent, respectively; The bad: WannaCry spread to 150 countries and was responsible for USD8 Billion in damages; and The Ugly: Inadvertent insiders leaked millions of records including a 424% increase in records compromised as a result of misconfigured cloud servers.
[redcated] CRLF Injection [13 upvotes] - $2,500 bounty for this report to Airbnb by @bobrov.
XSS on "[redacted]" via "stripping" attribute and "shop" parameter [20 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Shopify by @bored-engineer.
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