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2019-07-31 | MalwareTech is going home, Zoncolan static analysis tool protecting Facebook, and Opining on CANbus
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
IDOR to add secondary users in [redacted] - [175 upvotes] - $10,500 bounty for this report to PayPal by @born2hack.
Nginx misconfiguration leading to direct PHP source code download [53 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to TTS by @tolo7010
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Good thread by @granick “A friend just asked me what I think are the top 4 cybersecurity threats that small companies face. Here's what I told her, curious what you all think: ⅕”
Beau Woods opining on CANbus and the Autoindustry and how Aviation isn’t getting their act together fast enough
Eh? US Attorney General William Barr says Americans should accept security risks of encryption backdoors - Annemarie speaks for the people
Happy Wednesday, today you get to learn all about Haywire, complements of Lisa Braun
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The "Hacker who killed WannaCry spared jail" headlines are super unfortunate. For readers who don't know what WannaCry is, it reads like I murdered some rapper.