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2018-10-05 | Strong denials of Bloomberg’s big hack article, Bypassing web cache poisoning countermeasures, Holidays are good for phishing
Friday, October 5
Apple’s statement in response to Businesweek’s “big hack” article published yesterday. Others issued denials as well, including Amazon, Supermicro, and the Chinese Government, and a good point by SwiftOnSecurity that these are SEC regulated statements. The Grugq has some speculations. One person pontificated if Businessweek got their hands on a leaked early draft of the Sneakers 2 script and interpreted it as factual. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ . Regardless, more to come with this story, to be sure.
Race condition at create new Location [12 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Shopify by @zhurig.
Zomato SQLi - /php/██████████ - item_id [193 upvotes] - $4,500 bounty for this report to Zomato by @gerben_javado
Gain access to random information via group chat "about" property [11 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to ICQ by @3c75.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Bypassing web cache poisoning countermeasures by James Kettle
Holiday season good for Phishing, IBM report says
Convert nmap scans into Beautiful HTML web pages posted on rootsh3ll
James Kettle’s header wordlists for Param Miner, now available via @DanielMiessler's SecLists project
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There’s not much we can speculate about the modchip because the Bloomberg description of whatever it does is gibberish.