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2018-05-17 | Matt Bryant’s RCE in Signals Desktop app, US Senate vote to restore net neutrality, and Jim’s bill to create a new White House cyber office
Thursday, May 17
Good news! The US Senate voted to restore net neutrality. The bad news? The House will probably vote it down or the President will veto it.
TWEET OF THE DAY
If you could do anything you wanted in infosec, no hurdles or restraints, what would it be? - @Viss
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
So there. After national security advisor John Bolton nixed the cyber czar role, House Democrats unveil bill to create a new White House cyber office led by a Senate-confirmed director.
Matt Bryant’s blog on finding RCE in Signal Desktop via HTML Injection in Quoted Replies.
Cybersecurityventures top 500 most innovative cybersecurity startups list for 2018 is out. That #76 though.
I take my dystopia black, with a side of creepy overlords
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As it turns out both were separate very similar vulnerabilities resulting in the same impact. Who could have guessed that?
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