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2018-08-02 | Reddit security incident, How SMS intercept works in practice, and Web cache attacks

Thursday, August 2

TOP STORY

  • Reddit Security Incident. Quick TL;DR by @troyhunt: SMS-based 2FA was circumvented and a “complete copy” of their 2007 DB was accessed plus a subset of usernames and associated email addresses (among other data) as of June this year.

TWEET OF THE DAY

  • [THREAD] So here's the thing. As a CISO, you have to balance the *most probable* threat scenarios against the environment and tolerances of your customers (your users). 1/n - @wendynather

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