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2018-09-12 | Dissecting the British Airways real time breach, Breaking the Facebook for Android App, and Bypassing CSP using polyglot JPEGs
Wednesday, September 12
RiskIQ dissected the British Airways real time breach tying the activity to threat group Magecart. WSJ interviewed some other experts on the incident as well.
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I'm in India delivering a training course on TLS and the hotel gave me the best room in the house - @Scott_Helme
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Ashley King’s $8,500 bounty from Facebook for Breaking The Facebook For Android App
How Microsoft details classifies Windows security bugs summary by ZDNet
Bypassing CSP using polyglot JPEGs by Portswigger
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One of the challenges that we see overall in the industry as … machines conduct more and more encrypted operations, it’s actually providing the bad guys some cover to be able to get in, operate and get data out. We’re fighting a different battle here. Our network security controls have not caught up and it is something I know that a lot of security architects and teams are just coming to understand.