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2018-10-16 | 35 million voters for sale, Hackernoon breaking modern vending machines, and Why slack doesn’t have end-to-end encryption
Tuesday, October 16
Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) published a new framework for indications and warnings. Like an ISAC, just more bureaucracy.
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With a macro inspection of all the reversed sources I found huge portion of clean code — without obfuscation — that meant no great counter-measures adopted to protect user data and make the App secure at all.
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