Wednesday, June 6
Pwn2Own competitors, Ret2 Systems released The Exploit Development Lifecycle, From A to Z(ero Day, part 1 in a blog series that “will document a methodical approach to the discovery and exploitation of these vulnerabilities.” Apple reportedly fixed their #Pwn2Own vulnerabilities last week.
Exploiting JSONP callback [21 Upvotes] - $50 bounty for this report to Liberapay by @kapytein.
TWEET OF THE DAY
"What do you do?"
- "I'm an ethical hacker."
"Wow so you can hack ANYTHING?"
- "Technically it's not that easy, you need to..."
"Please hack my ex's facebook account!"
- "Even if that was legal I..."
"Hey can you fix my computer?"
- ಠ_ಠ - @securinti
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
A cartoon intro to DNS over HTTPS by Mozilla’s Lin Clark
The Atlantic Council’s https://disinfoportal.org/ tracks Russian disinformation efforts around the globe.
Google announces easier way for Android devs to send end-to-end encryption for push messages
Ten step recon with tools tools tools by @ehsahil
More on election security threats from DHS’ Matthew Masterson in Cyberscoop
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