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Like many companies these days Facebook offers a bug bounty program for security researchers to disclose vulnerabilities in return for a cash payment. As long as the bugs qualify under Facebook’s whitehat terms and conditions, researchers can expect a reward of $500 or more. Khalil Shreateh, an IT graduate from Palestine, recently discovered a vulnerability […]

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Earlier today the main website of NBC and some of their show websites (such as www.jaylenosgarage.com) were compromised to serve malicious content to users. The malicious content was inserted as a one-line iframe tag on one of the JavaScripts that gets loaded every time a user visits the page: This one line of code forces […]

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We?ve recently experienced yet another case of a root certificate authority (CA from now on) losing control of its own certificates. And yet again, we have been waiting for either the CA or the browser to do something about it. This whole mess stems, once again, from both a governance and a technical problem. First, […]

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