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2018-05-08 | Routersploit 3.0, Why ditch Exchange, and SynAck ransomware
Tuesday, May 8
MySQL username and password leaked in developer.valvesoftware.com via source code disclosure [31 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Valve by @nahamsec.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
There has never been a truer Dilbert than this one - @troyhunt
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Threat9 launches Routersploit 3.0, with a switch to Python 3.0 and more autopwning tooling.
While we are talking routers, since Zerodium has added routers to its bounty program, they have received at least one pre-auth RCE #0day exploit for every major router.
Alex Stamos chimes in “Why ditch Exchange”?
Accessnow pens letter to Congress asking them to pressure Google and Amazon on their domain fronting decision
Asset discovery and doing recon the hard way by Patrik Hudak
Wei Dude, Letters Bro, and Snail Shell: A thread of Chinese internet nicknames for NBA players. Highly entertaining.
Maybe you can relate to Scott.
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