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2018-04-09 | Amazingly good security, DC’s Stingray mess, and Moving beyond the perimeter
Monday, April 9
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XSS *[redacted url] [26 upvotes] - $1,500 bounty for this report to Shopify by @gromoza.
`atob` allocates uninitialized Buffers when number is passed in input on Node.js 4.x and below [5 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Node.js third-party modules by @chalker.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
GitHub will reportedly stop supporting Internet Explorer in 3 months
DC’s Stingray mess, not an easy cleanup
Moving Beyond the Perimeter - Part 1 by Wendy Nather
The always fun, event log monitoring
Several Indian government websites went down over the weekend. While the cause was reportedly a hardware failure, the default Drupal theme logo error message from the database connect error caused a stir when news outlets assumed India was targeted by Chinese hackers.
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Use of IMSI catchers by malicious actors to track and monitor cellular users is unlawful and threatens the security of communications, resulting in safety, economic, and privacy risks. ... Overall, [DHS's National Protection and Programs Directorate] believes the malicious use of IMSI catchers is a real and growing risk.