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Vulns found in blog:
* XSS (pers, user-inter) by ged_
* XSS (non-pers) by Anno & Tracerout
* XSS (pers) by Anno & Tracerout
* Blind SQLI by Sławomir Błażek
* XSS (pers) by Sławomir Błażek
So my first livestream in English took place yesterday evening (i.e. evening in my timezone) and it went rather smoothly - nothing crashed, broadcasting was not interrupted at any time and I even was able to go through both ReRe (Python RE 500) and EPZP (x86-64 Linux RE 50) challenges. The archived video is already up on YouTube (see also below) and what's left to do is ask about about your opinion: what do you think? Or, to be more precise, what do you think about stream quality, the content, the way I was presenting things (i.e. talking about what is happening, but sacrificing speed due to that), the chat, and so on? What topics would you like to hear about next (another CTF challenge or maybe something else)? Please use the comment section below - your opinion is welcomed!