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2018-05-30 | Xbooster malware, JWT Tokens security, and Europol’s dark web team
Wednesday, May 30
Cloudflare's 188.8.131.52 DNS service was rerouted through a BGP leak lasting less than 2 minutes reports Ars Technica’s Dan Goodin. Related, see BGPStream event recap.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Two posts I made a while back but have been discussed a lot recently when chatting to folks about #BugBounty… - @ZephrFish
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Europol announced the creation of a dedicated dark web team
Xbooster malware abuses AWS to hijack computers and mine cryptocurrency
ZenMate VPN Browser Extension Deanonymization & Hijacking Vulnerability write up by @IAmMandatory
Creating a network of fake carding sites may be the perfect cybercrime says Brian Krebs. Brian dives deep on the Joker Stash carding site and scammers scamming scammers
The first cyberattack took place nearly 200 years ago in France
JWT Tokens Security presentation by Louis Nyffenegger of @PentesterLab
NahamSec’s latest edition to Lazyrecon: script to pull list of domains from crt.sh for automation
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