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* [https://www.csoonline.com/article/3541721/cloud-servers-hacked-via-critical-saltstack-vulnerabilities.html Cloud servers hacked via critical SaltStack vulnerabilities] and Algolia provides transparency in their [https://blog.algolia.com/salt-incident-may-3rd-2020-retrospective-and-update/ Salt Incident: May 3rd 2020 Retrospective and Update].
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* [https://www.forbes.com/sites/daveywinder/2020/05/07/samsung-confirms-critical-security-warning-for-millions-every-galaxy-after--2014-affected/ Samsung Confirms Critical Security Issue For Millions: Every Galaxy After 2014 Affected], so time to hope a patch will be available for your device.
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* [https://www.microsoft.com/security/blog/2020/05/04/mitigating-vulnerabilities-endpoint-network-stacks/ Mitigating vulnerabilities in endpoint network stacks] shows how effective fuzzing is at uncovering flaws in accessible code paths, whether they lead to security vulns or not.
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* [https://threatpost.com/microsoft-100k-iot-security-azure-sphere/155517/ Microsoft Shells Out $100K for IoT Security], continuing their press to build ecosystems with more secure software components.
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* [https://github.blog/2020-05-06-new-from-satellite-2020-github-codespaces-github-discussions-securing-code-in-private-repositories-and-more/#security Secure your team’s code with code scanning and secret scanning] whether in this GitHub-native experience or via APIs.
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* [https://github.com/Skyscanner/whispers Whispers] is a static code analysis tool designed for parsing various common data formats in search of hardcoded credentials and dangerous functions.

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