Thursday, November 15, 2018
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How I Discovered XSS that Affects around 20 Uber Subdomains

submitted by /u/CodePerfect

Useful Nmap Cheatsheet

submitted by /u/DhoundSecurity

Clickjacking on myaccount.google.com worth $7,500

submitted by /u/Mempodipper

Port Smash – Computerphile

submitted by /u/ebkalderon

Vulnerability in BGP takes down Google

submitted by /u/It_Is1-24PM

How to fit all of Shakespeare in one tweet (and why not to do it!)

submitted by /u/filthyheathenmonkey

Steganography – cool cybersecurity trick or dangerous risk? [VIDEO]

Burying secret data in plain sight- is it a clever cybersecurity trick, or a way to attract the very attention you wanted to avoid?

Smashing Security #104: The world’s most evil phishing test, and cyborgs in the workplace

Does your employer want to turn you into a cyborg? Was this phishing test devised by an evil genius? And how did a cinema chain get scammed out of millions, time and time again…? All this and much more is...
ZDNet

Dutch government report says Microsoft Office telemetry collection breaks GDPR

Microsoft pledges to address issues; has already released a "zero exhaust" Office telemetry setting.

Bitcoin Giveaway Scam Balloons, with Google the Latest Victim

A slew of verified Twitter accounts have been hijacked and altered, used to tweet out a bogus Bitcoin giveaway scam.
SC Magazine

‘DarkGate’ password-stealer could open up world of hurt for Windows users

Windows users in Europe are the target of a sophisticated new malware campaign that provides attackers with a diverse array of capabilities, including cryptomining, credential stealing, ransomware and remote-access takeovers. Named DarkGate by its developer, the malware is reportedly distributed...