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2018-09-07 | Click here to kill everybody, Ngalonc Hijacking an OAuth flow with host header poisoning, and Who cares about Emacs?
Friday, September 7
Click Here to Kill Everybody - Bruce Schneier’s new book sounding loud alarm bells on IoT security and the internet of shit. “It’s no longer about risks to data, but about risks to life and property”.
Account Takeover in Periscope TV [103 upvotes] - $7,560 bounty for this report to Twitter by @ngalonc. Hijacking an OAuth flow with host header poisoning.
IDOR to delete images from other stores [26 upvotes] - $600 bounty for this report to Zomato by @emitrani
TWEET OF THE DAY
This is art. - @arthurdayne1
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Last week, Air Canada, this week, British Airways breached (no passport information though, per BA).
DOJ indicted Park Jin Hyok for allegedly working for the North Koreans. He’s tied to the Sony breach, WannaCry, and Bangladeshi digital heist. Motherboard’s Joseph Cox has the story.
Good tips, good troll by LiveOverflow
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Just want you to know that Hacker Family Feud ranked the following text editors:
Emacs wasn’t even top 8. Suck it, nerds.