What is Asus Control Center?
ASUS Control Center is a whole new centralized IT management software. The software is capable of monitoring and controlling ASUS servers, workstations, and commercial products including notebooks, desktops, All-in-One (AiO) PCs, thin client, and digital signage.
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RunKeeper is a GPS fitness-tracking app for iOS and Android with over 40 million users. First launched in 2008 by CEO Jason Jacobs with the help of “moonlighting engineers”. In late 2011 RunKeeper secured $10 million in a Series B financing, led by Spark Capital. In February, 2016, RunKeeper was acquired by ASICS.
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TopCode.com is a website where the most skilled top coders around the world are solving challenges, Competing and writing codes to achieve a specific tasks. Top high profile companies like (Facebook, Google, Twitter, etc..) are getting help from such websites in their recruitment process!
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Modern Web Applications nowadays are relaying on a lot of technologies where typical web applications vulnerabilities are hard to find (eg. Clickjacking is an ABC security bug) but bug hunters are always the best!
Yammer is a freemium enterprise social networking service used for private communication within organizations. Access to a Yammer network is determined by a user’s Internet domain so that only individuals with approved email addresses may join their respective networks.
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Your privacy on the internet is the biggest concern ever and when it comes to “Dating websites” and “Social Networks” it means more and more!
Let me tell you a story of two websites that don’t respect yours and putting it on danger…
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Fiverr.com, a global online marketplace which provides a platform for people to sell their services for five dollars per job, is vulnerable to a critical web application vulnerability that puts its millions of users at risk.
Fiverr raised $30 million in a third round of institutional funding to continue supporting the new version of its marketplace, but the company ignored the advance warning of the critical bug reported responsibly by a vulnerability hunter and fails to patch up their website before his public release.
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My name is Mohamed Abdel Aty, an Egyptian Web Developer & Bug Hunter, Today I would like to share with you a “cute” bug I found while doing some bug hunting in Facebook.
Testing different sub-domains is a common procedure in bug hunting , while searching the domain “mbasic.facebook.com” I noticed this link
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Facebook is the largest social network ever known on the internet, People are using Facebook for contacting friends, Family and sometimes for Work!
When it comes to Work that means an important notifications from your company’s page, work account, work admins, business accounts, etc…
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I know it’s a little bit lame to mention 2 clickjacking vulnerabilities in row but that what bug hunters always do exposing the largest companies security failures, (Previously was Telegram) this time is the gigantic well-known 19 billion dollar messenger WhatsApp.
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