Christian Pedersen wrote a cool scanner for the Netscaler Gateway flaw, and is hosting it on Azure.
It is based on the TrustedSec POC
Wacom tablets call the mothership every time you load up an application. The writeup has a fantastic breakdown on how to use available tools to find this shittery.
The Twitter API was exploitable by a direct object reference flaw that exposed phone numbers of users.
An ancient bug in Sudo (well by software standards anyway) allowed nonprivleged users to, well, do what superusers do.
That’s the news folks. Keep it frosty.