Between the period of July 6th to October 6th myself, Brett Buerhaus, Ben Sadeghipour, Samuel Erb, and Tanner Barnes worked together and hacked on the Apple bug bounty program.
During our engagement, we found a variety of vulnerabilities in core portions of their infrastructure that would’ve allowed an attacker to fully compromise both customer and employee applications, launch a worm capable of automatically taking over a victim’s iCloud account, retrieve source code for internal Apple projects, fully compromise an industrial control warehouse software used by Apple, and take over the sessions of Apple employees with the capability of accessing management tools and sensitive resources. …
What I’m writing about may be controversial. But in today’s splintered news media scene, it’s not financially viable for a casual reader to pay for a costly monthly or yearly subscription to dozens of news sites when you only read a couple of articles a month. Now if on the other hand, you use a news-source regularly for work or personal use you should pay for it.
In any given month I may want to read a couple of articles from Bloomberg, New York Times, Washington Post, or a couple of other news sites. …
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