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2018-10-26 | Library of Congress publishes new exemptions to DMCA, Orange’s HITCON CTF writeups, and Burp Suite Dark Theme
Friday, October 26
Library of Congress and the Copyright Office have expanded the exemptions to Section 1201 of the DMCA, which means more infrastructure and other complex systems can be examined by security researchers without fear of DMCA anti-circumvention liability (also has implications for election security). But the EFF says it still doesn’t go far enough.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Okay, so know how people are like “lol just patch it u dumbass”
I work at a Big Place now.
I had no freaking idea.
There’s literally someone whose job is just scanning machines to patch.
There’s an entire department that just schedules changes. - @SwiftOnSecurity
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Orange’s web challenges in HITCON CTF 2018 and write up for One Line PHP Challenge
FireEye says Russia is to blame for ICS Triton malware used to attack Saudi Arabia petrochemical plant
Implanted Lightning USB Cable demo by _MG_ If you’re at BSides Portland this weekend, you should check out his talk on the Toolin Up track (or catch the video after).
Cathay Pacific says up to 9.4 million passengers had their data stolen
DDS and Army Cyber Command held a live hacking event at co-working space Tatooine in Augusta, Georgia.
Reddit/infosec asks and answers “your top info sec magazine/blog twitters to follow?”
“Red only exists to improve blue. Anything else is a waste of time & money.” Good thread by Tim Medin.
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