Coinbase is one of the best Bitcoin related sites/services. They’re certainly the easiest way to buy or sell Bitcoin if you have a U.S. bank account. When I saw their Bug Bounty program where they offer $1,000 USD worth of Bitcoin if you find a security vulnerability, it improved my trust in their security, but of course also made me want to look for security bugs…
Archive for Security
I did Stripe’s Capture the Flag 2.0 this year, “a security contest where you can try your hand at discovering and exploiting vulnerabilities in mock web applications”.
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As a follow-up to my post noting some issues I’ve found with Google Calendar – namely what seemed to be a security hole, I was extremely pleased to see an email from Google on the matter:
Update: Google responds.
Google has been doing a great job innovating lately through the integration of their products (Docs and Spreadsheets, Calendar and Gmail, etc). This integration, however, has not come without security issues arising. TechCrunch has covered several of them – but I believe I have found another… Read the rest of this entry »