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2018-07-11 | Intel’s $100K bounty, Hide N Seek botnet continues to evolve, and Beyond LLMNR/NBNS Spoofing
Wednesday, July 11
Intel paid $100,000 bounty for new Spectre variants. Read the paper: Speculative Buffer Overflows: Attacks and Defenses
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Hide ‘N Seek IoT botnet continues to evolve and can infect database servers
Check Point published new information on an APT targeting institutions across the Middle East
Beyond LLMNR/NBNS Spoofing – Exploiting Active Directory-Integrated DNS by NetSPI’s Kevin Robertson
Nicholas Jitkoff’s itty bitty website tool. Helpful for standalone poetry, bypassing Twitter’s character limit, and using it as a clever alternative for domain redirecting.
The Ticketmaster UK breach was part of a broader card skimming campaign reports Dark Reading
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