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Bug Bytes #107 – Go for HTTP smuggling, Open source frameworks vs Cache poisoning & Practicing RCE in NodeJS apps

Bug Bytes is a weekly newsletter curated by members of the bug bounty community. The first series is curated by Mariem, better known as PentesterLand. Every week, she keeps us up to date with a comprehensive list of write-ups, tools, tutorials and resources. This issue covers the week from 18 to 25 of January. Intigriti […]

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Security Snacks #15 – A slew of Cisco bugs, Risks of DoH & DNSpooq (aka new proof that it’s always DNS!)

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This week in cybersecurity news: A bunch of critical vulnerabilities were found in Cisco products that we may soon see exploited in-the-wild. Attackers could […]

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Security Snacks #14 – Google Titan 2FA keys cloned, Microsoft Exchange’s unpatched RCE & Mimecast supply chain attack

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This week, we heard of yet another supply chain attack involving Mimecast certificates and Microsoft 365 accounts. Researchers cloned Google Titan keys, a feat […]

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Security Snacks #13 – The cost of poor software quality, Zyxel backdoor & Yet another T-Mobile data breach

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Time for your weekly cybersecurity news report! T-Mobile had its fourth data breach in three years, Zyxel devices have a backdoor that should be […]

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Security Snacks #12 – SolarWinds authentication bypass, Corellium win for hackers & 2020 security retrospective

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news.Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. This is it! The first day of a hopefully “normal” year. Security-wise, this has been a relatively slow week. Though cybercrime never stops and […]

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