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2018-09-21 | Hacktivity highlights, White House releases National Cyber Strategy, and AV complexity is the enemy of security
Friday, September 21
Unauthenticated access to Zendesk tickets through [redacted] Okta bypass [26 upvotes] - $5,000 bounty for this report to Shopify by @rijalrojan
Remote Command execution due to image tragick [26 upvotes] - Great PoC and find published by @alyssa_herrera
Brave Browser unexpectedly allows to send arbitrary IPC messages [6 upvotes] - $300 bounty for this report to Brave Software by @masatokinugawa
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Washington Post reports that The White House authorizes ‘offensive cyber operations’ to deter foreign adversaries. See the full “National Cyber Strategy” document published by the White House.
New York Attorney General published report of the inner workings of 10 popular cryptocurrency exchanges. MIT Tech review has a the high-level review.
AV complexity is the enemy of security thoughts by Beau Woods in Axios
Happy Friday! Japan lands bouncing robots on asteroid
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