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#parent | #kids | Trevor Noah to host 63rd Grammy Awards – Cynopsis Media | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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Wednesday November 25, 2020 Today’s PremieresPeacock: Saved by the BellCrackle: Heroes of Lucha LibreThursday’s PremiereCBS All Access: Texas 6 Thursday’s FinaleCW: The Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life at […]

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#minorsextrafficking | The Gallo Gives Foundation awards $15,000 in community donations | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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As part of its continual effort to make a difference in the community in which it lives and serves, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Gallo Realty’s Gallo Gives Foundation awarded its 2020 […]

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Bucks County COVID-19 Recovery Fund Awards Grants To Help Navigate Remote Learning | #covid19 | #kids | #childern | #parenting | #parenting | #kids

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#hacking | HackerOne awards $20,000 bug bounty after leaking session cookie to hacker

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Account takeover issue flagged through bug bounty platform’s own bug bounty program

Bug bounty platform HackerOne this week paid out a $20,000 bounty after a researcher was able to access other users’ vulnerability reports.

Haxta4ok00, a HackerOne community member who apparently has a track record of discovering vulnerabilities in the bug bounty platform, was engaged in a conversation with one of HackerOne’s security analysts.

In one message, the analyst copied a cURL command from a browser console and sent it to the hacker.

The analyst accidentally included a valid session cookie that gave the ability to read the data that they had access to. This included report titles, a certain amount of metadata, and some report contents.

HackerOne paid out a $20,000 bounty after leaking a session cookie to hacker

“Less than five per cent of HackerOne programs were impacted, and within two hours of receiving the vulnerability report, the risk was eliminated and additional preventative measures were deployed shortly after,” a HackerOne spokesperson tells The Daily Swig.

“All customers impacted were notified the same day.”

However, it took HackerOne two hours to read the report, thanks to lower staffing levels over the weekend.

The $20,000 cookie

Haxta4ok00 reported the vulnerability, which was treated as ‘critical’, on November 24. The bounty was awarded three days later.

“The team looked into the amount of sensitive information that could have been accessed by the account and took that under advisement when deciding on the bounty amount,” HackerOne explains in its incident report.

“This led to the decision to treat the submission as a critical vulnerability and award a $20,000 bounty.”

HackerOne says it’s carried out an audit, and that this is the first time that session cookies have been leaked.

It’s also released an update that limits HackerOne employees and HackerOne security analyst sessions to the IP address that they started the session with – a move that should prevent similar incidents in future.

Read more of the latest bug bounty news from The Daily Swig

“We’re also planning to roll out a number of smaller changes, such as warning the user when a comment seems to contain sensitive information and clarification in our policy about what to do when someone gains access to other people their account,” explains HackerOne co-founder Jobert Abma.

Craig Young, senior security researcher at Tripwire, was one of those to be informed that their reports had been disclosed.

“While I commend HackerOne for their response, this incident is yet another reminder of a distinct risk organizations take by using managed vulnerability reporting services like Bugcrowd or HackerOne,” he says.

“The consolidation of valuable data by such vendors creates a hugely attractive attack target for intelligence agencies – or even criminal actors – to fill their arsenal.”

Though perhaps better known for facilitating bug bounty payouts on behalf of other organizations, HackerOne is no stranger to the vulnerability disclosure process.

Since going live in November 2013, the organization has awarded more than $330,000 in bounties through its own bug bounty program.

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CSO50 Conference + Awards

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General Cybersecurity Conference

 February 26 – 28, 2018 | Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

Cybersecurity Conference Description 

Sessions at the CSO50 Conference will explore how the business risk landscape is changing at breakneck speed, and the ways enterprise technology rapidly advances and exposes new threats, the number of Internet-of-Things (IoT) and other devices is growing exponentially and by the billions. Attend and discover how you proactively find and deploy new and innovative approaches to minimize threats and risk to your enterprise.

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Tinder Awards Scholarship To Woman Punished By Her Sorority For Using the App

NYMAG – Apr 20 – Shannon Workman, a junior at the University of Nebraska Omaha and a former member of the Chi Omega sorority, posted a photo of herself wearing a shirt with Chi Omega lettering on her

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Africa’s digital awards in Kampala graced by Huawei founder

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The founder of the global technology giant Huawei will be presented with a medal of honour at the 3rd Digital Impact Awards Africa (DIAA2016) in Kampala later this August. Ren Zhengfei, will receive “Africa’s Digital Inclusion Medal of Honor” at the Kampala Serena Hotel on August 18th 2016. The award according to organizers will be in appreciation of Zhengfei and Huawei’s contribution to digital Inclusion in Africa. “They have enabled the “mobile revolution,” Africa’s mobile technology would not be as far along as it is without Huawei and its well-priced products and services,” noted Innocent Kawooya, chief executive of HiPipo, the organizers of the awards. Kawooya said the DIAA2016 jury found it noble to award and honor Zhengfei whose strategic leadership of the global technology giant Huawei has been key to the benefits Africa has gained from Huawei products and services. The awards and lectures will run under the theme “Maximizing the Digital Dividend”. “We believe in the transformative capacity of technology-based solutions. The focus is on digital inclusion, financial inclusion and cybersecurity,” noted Kawooya adding that 21 awards categories will be competed for. The awards categories include applications, digital financial services awards. Under the financial services awards, service providers […]

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Last Week To Nominate For iDate Awards

OPW – Oct 27 – The nominations for the next iDate Awards end this week (Oct 31st). Please nominate what you believe are the best idating companies in the following categories. Voting will be between Nov 10, 2015 to Jan 2, 2016. Best Dating Site Best Matchmaker Best Dating Software & SAAS Provider Best Mobile Dating App Best Product Design Best Dating Coach Most Innovative Company Best New Technology Best Payment System Best Affiliate Program Best Marketing Campaign Best Niche Dating Site Best Up and Coming Dating Site

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Winners and finalists announced in GSN 2014 Airport, Seaport, Border Security Awards Program

Top Priority Sector:  border_security Government Security News is pleased to present the official Roster of Winners and Finalists in its 2014 Airport, Seaport, Border Security Awards Program, which includes many longtime leaders in these fields as well as new names that could not be overlooked in light of their brilliant innovations and proven technological and managerial advances. Read More….

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GSN to announce winners of Airport/Seaport/Border Security Awards July 18

Top Priority Sector:  border_security Winners in the 2014 Airport, Seaport and Border Security Awards program have been selected by the program’s distinguished judging panel, according to GSN Executive Editor John Wagley, and will be posted on the GSN website at 9 AM sharp on Friday morning, July 18. Read More….

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