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2018-05-10 | Hack the State Department Bill moves forward, Signal MacOS app displaying supposed self-deleting messages, and Never scam a hacker
Thursday, May 10
The US House Foreign Affairs Committee approved the “hack the State Department” bill where it will now head to the floor of the House for approval. In other US regulatory news, Rep. Luetkemeyer says a draft data-breach notification bill is ready for leadership review.
Xss was found by exploiting the URL markdown on [redacted] [15 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Valve by @kenziy.
Link filter protection bypass [18 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to Valve by @ramsexy.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Ephemeral Signal messages sent via Signal’s macOS app still showing up in macOS' Notifications history.
Microsoft Patch Tuesday, May 2018 Edition recap by KrebsonSecurity
Never scam a hacker - Sam Curry’s mini crusade against a steam scamming and phishing operation
Offline Object Detection and Tracking on a Raspberry Pi Branko Blagojevic writes more about the simple YOLO object detection method in a Medium pst
6 weeks left to comment on NIST Special Publication 800-37 (Revision 2) re: Risk Management Framework for Information Systems and Organizations
Sadly, R2D2 didn’t survive the Kilauea volcano eruption on the Big Island of Hawaii
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[the provision] sets clear rules of the road so that when people outside the department discover vulnerabilities on systems, they can report it in a safe, secure and legal manner with the confidence that the department will actually fix the problems.