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Interview: Cody Wood, Signal Sciences
JDirt miner turned application security fanatic. Often straddling multiple departments and roles, the appsec bug bit Cody in Houston, TX at the Threat Research Center working for Whitehat Security. Cody has also worked for brief periods in both builder and breaker roles. At Signal Sciences, he currently focuses on researching and expanding Signal Sciences' vulnerability specific rules coverage.
Bugs, Breaches, and More!
- Cisco Expressway goes off path and a Cisco IOS XE vuln goes for emojis
- More erosion of CPU data boundaries
- RDP patches a pre-auth problem and even resuccitates a patch process for XP
- iOS fixes several vulns including some for SQLite, which has always been well-tested software
- Bluetooth grows fangs, a lot of them
If you build it, they will come
Learning & Tools
Food for Thought