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2017-04-04 | iOS RCE, Moonlight Maze, and tactical bingo
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
There are two things you can control, your effort and your attitude.... let's have a day!
TODAY’S TOP STORY
Hey iOS peeps: Update yo devices! iOS 10.3.1 fixes a critical vulnerability (CVE-2017-6975) where an attacker within range may be able to execute arbitrary code on the wifi chip. Lesson: even the most valuable company in the world push code live that carries critical security risks.
niche s3 buckets are readable/writeable/deleteable by authorized AWS users [26 upvotes] - $700 bounty for this report to Twitter by @yaworsk. Old bounty and report, but recently disclosed. Cheers to defaulting to disclosure!
[controlsyou.quora.com] 429 Too Many Requests Error-Page XSS [15 upvotes] - $300 bounty for this report to Quora by @bobrov. Brevity = impact. Simple Description for POC / Steps To Reproduce: 1.) Make a lot of requests to get the error 429 and 2.) Open PoC in FireFox
Everything is hackable. Computer security is broken from top to bottom
As always, you can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on hackerone.com/hacktivity.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
In a slightly bizarre iOT hack, Pen Test Partners hacked Svakom sex toys. Vulnerable Wi-Fi dildo camera endoscope. Yes really.
Keep an eye on the SAS YouTube playlist for the best presos of SAS 2017.
Writeup of CVE-2017-7199: Local privilege escalation in Tenable Nessus Agent 6.10.3. Worth the read for the humor alone. Written by a self-professed tactical bingo player.
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Frustrating. I had Tron almost ready, when Dillinger cut everyone with Group-7 access out of the system. I tell you ever since he got that Master Control Program, the system's got more bugs than a bait store.
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