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2018-08-20 | Bygone SSL, Four Key Election Security Targets, and Risky Biz podcast recapping Black Hat and DEF CON
Monday, August 20
More on election security: FBI probing cyber attack on congressional campaign in California. MIT Technology review looks at four big targets in the U.S. Midterm elections: Voter registration systems, voter check-in, voting machines, vote tallying and reporting. Politico’s Tim Starks reviews some of looks at Chairman’s notes on the Secure Elections Act.
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It's only 24 minutes ride from XXE to RCE in Paris. I think I can make it there in time #dadjokes - @yassineaboukir
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
AWS is now cc'ing the security contact for accounts for security issues - Scott Piper twitter thread
Risky Biz podcast recapping Black Hat and DEF CON
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