Hacking, AppSec, and Bug Bounty newsletter
2017-04-21 | Lastpass 2FA flaws, DEA aint no NSA, and Internet of Trouble
Friday, April 21
Design flaws in Lastpass 2FA implementation. Stored QR codes lead to pwnage. Passwordhash = Lastpass is storing the 2FA secret seed under a URL that can be derived from your password.
CSRF Token Bypass in Account Deletion [5 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to GitLab by @7h0r4pp4n. Out of scope bug but great teamwork and communication stream. TLDR: Warden vulnerability was verified and patch released.
Race Condition Vulnerability On Pornhubpremium.com [6 upvotes] - $520 bounty for this report to Pornhub from @jaydipm. Exploit allowed the hacker to use gift codes across multiple accounts.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
The DEA aint no NSA. $575K for 0-days from Hacking Team and a 1 for 17 batting average.
Tanium demo “We’ll show you everything you want to see. Everything.”
The “how to hack while in federal prison toolkit”. Thanks Lifehacker.
The Internet of Trouble, complements of the Internet of Things.
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