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2018-06-22 | Detecting kernel memory disclosure with x86 emulation and taint tracking, EU states to create cyber rapid response teams, and Hacktivity highlights
Friday, June 22
Amazon employees are calling on the company to stop selling Rekognition to law enforcement and to boot Palantir from AWS reports Gizmodo’s Kate Conger. Google engineers also refused to work on security tool for US government.
Top vulnerability report disclosures from the past week.
User able to access company details in yrityspalvelu without proper permissions [25 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to Local Tapiola by @billy_blaze.
Subdomain Takeover on competition.shopify.com [38 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to Shopify by @llt4l.
[Zomato Android/iOS] Theft of user session [27 upvotes] - $650 bounty for this report to Zomato by @bagipro.
A user can comment in private discussions without having permission to access the discussion [9 upvotes] - $150 bounty for this report to Vanilla by @samux.
You can read all disclosed reports on Hacktivity with filter: disclosed.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
State election officials found out about election interference in their districts when they saw it on the news says The Intercept
Nine European Union states are to create rapid response teams to counter cyber attacks within the framework of a new EU defense pact
Detecting Kernel Memory Disclosure with x86 Emulation and Taint Tracking: Bypassing KASLR and StackGuard using Bochs (x86 emulator).
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