Code Execution Bug In Github Fetches $18,000 to Hackers

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GitHub recently has awarded $18,000 to a researcher after he found a bug in the GitHub Enterprise management console which could have resulted in a remote code execution flaw.

The company has patched this vulnerability by the end of January, but the news about the flaw did not surface until this week when the GitHub and a German independent pen-tester named Markus Fenske disclosed it.

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