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2018-04-13 | Operation Parliament, Encryption Games, and Spectrum from Cloudflare
Friday, April 13
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Intel is teaming up with Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law to engage other tech co’s to examine coordinated hardware-specific vulnerability disclosure policy and processes. Multi-party CVD anyone?
Order notifications being sent for a deactivated staff account [7 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Shopify by @newbie_101.
Blind stored xss in demo form [16 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Upserve by @paresh_parmar.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Scott Helme is securing DNS across all of his devices with Pi-Hole + DNS-over-HTTPS + 220.127.116.11
What one person intends for good, another intends for evil: Have I Been Pwned database was copied and the site (in addition to mining cryptocurrency in the background) will reveal your password in plaintext – unless you pay up a cryptocurrency ransom.
Encryption games: Motherboard investigates which law enforcement agencies have purchased software to bypass encryption on iPhones and also how the FBI is seeking backdoors.
Kaspersky reports on a new group operating a series of cyber espionage campaigns in what they’re calling Operation Parliament
Cloudflare: how abusing Linux’s firewall led them to build Spectrum: a new Cloudflare feature that brings DDoS protection, load balancing, and content acceleration to any TCP-based protocol
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