Hacking, AppSec, and Bug Bounty newsletter
2019-05-21 | Mudge’s road trip, Bricking Samsung phones, and Mr. Robot is that you?
Tuesday, May 21
A Dodge Ram, an NSA headquarters pit stop, running around the rose garden and testifying before the US Senate. Mudge’s entertaining thread about how 21-years ago he and some friends drove from Boston to Washington DC to do this.
TWEET OF THE DAY
How do you open a root shell on Ubuntu? - @TimMedin
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Senate Bill 245, Section 743 specifically covers bug bounty programs
Junade Ali’s talk at Cloudflare’s Serverless Meetup last week on integrating k-Anonymity and cache optimisation with Workers to Pwned Passwords
EdOverflow shares a list of organisations using the "Hiring:" directive in their security.txt file for security-related job openings
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