[SecurityWeek] Facebook Introduces New Tool for Finding SSRF Vulnerabilities

Facebook on Thursday announced a new tool designed to help security researchers hunt for Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerabilities.

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[SecurityWeek] ‘Don’t Be Google’: The Rise of Privacy Focused Startups

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Google once used the slogan “don’t be evil” to distinguish itself from its competitors, but now a growing number of pro-privacy startups are rallying to the mantra “don’t be Google”. They are taking on Google Analytics, a product used by more than half of the world’s websites to understand people’s browsing habits. read more Source: […]

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[ZDNet] Kaseya ransomware attack: 1,500 companies affected, company confirms

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[TheRecord] New CPU side-channel attack takes aim at Chrome’s Site Isolation feature

A team of academics from universities in Australia, Israel, and the US has successfully mounted CPU side-channel attacks that recover data from Google Chrome and Chromium-based browsers protected by the Site Isolation feature. Named Spook.js, the discovery is related to the Meltdown and Spectre attacks disclosed in January 2018, two CPU design flaws that could allow malicious code running on […]

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