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2019-05-13 | Sentry Blind SSRF, Script kiddie term origination, and Do you know how many websites you run?

Monday, May 13

TOP STORY

  • The term script kiddie probably originated around 1994, but the first public record is from 1996. How do we know this? LiveOverflow did the research for us! Also, there’s more hacker history from Emily Crose and and Emma Best including freedom of information act requests from the US Government.

HACKTIVITY HIGHLIGHTS

TWEET OF THE DAY

  • Every time I see this, my heart beats faster #ssrf - @fransrosen

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