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2018-06-29 | Hacktivity highlights, New CA privacy law, and Brave + Tor FTW
Friday, June 29
Subdomain takeover on svcgatewayus.starbucks.com [54 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to Starbucks by @0xpatrik.
Improper session handling on web browsers [14 upvotes] - $560 bounty for this report to Twitter by @arjuniet.
Nametests Facebook quiz app leaked 120 million users data. Inti De Ceukelaire found and reported the issue to Facebook, awarded an $8,000 bounty under their data abuse bug bounty program.
SQL injection finding in popular India sports company writeup by @logicbomb
TWEET OF THE DAY
New California state privacy law passed. Goes into effect January 2020. Not as comprehensive on GDPR but it will make it easier for consumers to sue companies after a data breach
Adidas warned users of breach on adidas.com/US
Dsopas created a search tool to help bug hunters grab public program data
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