Pwn2Own Tokyo Roundup: Amazon Echo, Routers, Smart TVs Fall to Hackers, Robinhood Traders Discovered a Glitch That Gave Them ‘Infinite Leverage’, Bugcrowd Pays Out Over $500K in Bounties in One Week, GWP-ASan: Sampling heap memory error detection in-the-wild, and much more!
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Bugs, Breaches, and More!
- Pwn2Own Tokyo Roundup: Amazon Echo, Routers, Smart TVs Fall to Hackers
- Robinhood Traders Discovered a Glitch That Gave Them ‘Infinite Leverage’
If you build it, they will come
- Bugcrowd Pays Out Over $500K in Bounties in One Week
- GWP-ASan: Sampling heap memory error detection in-the-wild
Learning & Tools
Food for Thought
- What CIOs want from CISOs: Collaboration and no finger pointing
- What Are AWS Application Patterns?
- Taking Advantage Of The Change Freezes This Year
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