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2018-05-24 | VPNFilter, Distilling packet captures using Suricata, and So you want to be a web security researcher?
Thursday, May 24
Sofacy botnet targeted by FBI ahead of suspected VPNFilter malware attack targeted at Ukraine reports Reuters. Known devices affected by VPNFilter are Linksys, MikroTik, NETGEAR and TP-Link networking equipment according to the Talos blog.
SSRF in Exchange leads to ROOT access in all instances [118 upvotes] - $25,000 bounty for this report to Shopify by @0xacb.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Unicode analyzer and zero width spaces 101 by @swiftonsecurity
James Kettle from Portswigger penned a blog: So you want to be a web security researcher?
How to distill packet captures using Suricata, Bro, and PRADS by Chris Sanders. Part 3 in a blog series dedicated to analyzing large PCAPs.
The curious case of encrypted URL parameters blog by Silent Signal - “when the entropy is high and the parameter is called enc, things get interesting pretty fast.”
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