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2019-03-11 | Sublert, SSRF with RCE potential, and Get paid to learn to hack
Monday, March 11
Good article by Techcrunch’s Zach Whittaker on one students expulsion from college 4-months before graduation on suspicion of elaborate “grade hacking”. Student claims innocence and darn well may be, sad to see.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Venezuala’s power outages - cyber attack or domestic infrastructure challenges? Probably both but more the latter says Kalev Leetaru in a Forbes opinion article.
Vimeo SSRF with code execution potential by @rootxharsh
Hackers @rhynorator and @stok sharing technical learnings and their experiences at h1-415
Check Point researchers found a tool in an Ultrasound machine running on Windows 2000, making it easy to exploit vulnerabilities and access its database of ultrasound images.
Sublert, tool to help you monitor newly deployed subdomains by yassineaboukir
Get paid to learn to hack with @daeken
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