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2018-08-31 | Hacktivity highlights, RCE on SharePoint, and Motherboard’s InfoSec journalists host a Reddit AMA
Friday, August 31
RCE on SharePoint by Bypassing Workflows Protection Mechanisms CVE-2018-8284 advisory by ncc group
Insecure Infrastructure Integrations YML Loading leads to Windows Privilege Escalation [47 upvotes] - $2,500 bounty for this report to New Relic by @fbogner.
Remote code execution by hijacking an unclaimed S3 bucket in Rocket.Chat's installation script. [17 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Rocket.Chat by @edoverflow.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Burp Suite Enterprise beta version launched today
That Huazhu Hotels Group Ltd breach number is 130 million customers per Bleeping Computer
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