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2019-01-22 | Google’s GDPR fine, Stanford’s bug bounty program, and NSA trolling

Tuesday, January 22

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  • Why path traversal vulnerabilities often "work" better on Windows. E.g. CVE-2018-1999002. (An arbitrary file read vulnerability in Jenkins/Stapler discovered by @orange_8361) - @ulldma

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