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2018-09-11 | Bad day for Trend Micro, Zerodium’s advisory on critical exploit in Tor browser, and Best bug report evah
Tuesday, September 11
Several Trend Micro Mac OS X apps have been kicked out of the App Store by Apple after it was discovered they were collecting and sending out private information. Bleeping computer dug into the issues, Trend Micro apologized for the mishap, pointing to the use of common code libraries with browser collection functionalities.
TWEET OF THE DAY
1947: An error in the Mark II computer at Harvard University was due to a moth trapped in a relay. The moth was attached to the log book with notation "first actual case of bug being found." Yes, that's the actual moth taped to the log. Best. Bug. Report. Evah! - @todayininfosec
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Zerodium advisory on Tor browser exploit, mitigated in recent Tor Browser 8.x branch release from last week.
Pektron key fob system's relatively weak encryption allows Belgian researchers to easily clone a Tesla key which would enable a car thief to steal the car in seconds.
Ayoub serving up bug bounty tips
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It was a very foolish decision… Someone screwed up. Epically.