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2018-09-18 | One percent of emails are malicious, Eternal EternalBlue, and Lady Gaga gets this whole entropy thing
Tuesday, September 18
Facebook expanding bug bounty program to include third-party apps and websites that involve improper exposure of Facebook user access tokens.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Red Team intern taking down a production web server… - @MalwareJake
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
About 1% of emails are malicious according to report by FireEye
Is EternalBlue truly eternal? As long as ish remains unpatched, yes. Zach Whittaker reports that more than a year since Microsoft released patches that slammed the backdoor shut, almost a million computers and networks are still unpatched and vulnerable to attack.
Tenable research reveals vulnerabilities in CCTV vendor
Curated cybersecurity training courses and materials, tweet thread complements of @da_667
That’s a good year, let alone a good day. Naffy raking.
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Once their first machine was hit the malware propagated to more than 1,000 machines in a day,