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2019-01-18 | MSFT Azure DevOps bug bounty, Cybersecurity and hacking book club on Discord, and Unit42’s research on Rocke group malware
Friday, January 18
Upgaurd researchers found an open end point via Shodan of the Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) that contained terabytes of confidential government data including information relating to FBI investigations. More from ZDNet.
TWEET OF THE DAY
Was bored today and created http://bugbounty.link/ ! It's a URL Shortening service, useful for generating redirects on the fly when testing for SSRF's, etc. You can redirect to any protocol: file, gopher, etc. - @hacker_
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
MSFT Azure DevOps bug bounty offering up to $20K per bug.
Stanford rolling out a bug bounty program. Only current students can participate, however.
Unit42 research on the evolution of malware used by “Rocke” group that can evade detection by cloud security products
You’re invited: cybersecurity and hacking book club on @apiratemoo’s discord.
Attending a con? Nervous AF? You’re not alone - solid advice from @daeken, if you’re at #shmoocon, say wassup
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