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2018-04-05 | Highlights from FireEye M-Trends Report, Be careful what you copy and Experimenting with host headers in Safari
Thursday, April 5
FireEye M-Trends Report. Highlights: More organizations are catching breaches themselves (64% in 2017 versus 6% in 2011), Iran APT groups are particularly active and APAC customers attacked twice as much as EMEA and US. Read more quick analysis on the report in Axios' Codebook.
ETH contract handling errors [135 upvotes] - $21,000 bounty for this report to Coinbase by @ambisafe.
`sshpk` is vulnerable to ReDoS when parsing crafted invalid public keys [3 upvotes] - No bounty for this report to Node.js third-party modules by @chalker.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Tip for doing #bugbounty recon: check http://groups.google.com/a/domain.com for public (internal) discussion groups. Found a few last days containing juicy info! #hackerone #togetherwehitharder - @jackds1986
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Be careful what you copy: Invisibly inserting usernames into text with Zero-Width Characters
Breach business: Wired looks at FIN7
“Most” of Facebook’s two billion users have had their profiles scraped by “malicious” actors. Just ask Zuck
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From what we've learned over the years the group is operated as a business entity. They definitely have a mastermind, they have managers, they have money launderers, they have software developers, and they have software testers. And let’s not forget they have the financial means to stay hidden.