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2017-04-28 | Phrack is back, hug a hacker, and Alert (TA17-117A)
Friday, April 28
Extra! Extra! New Phrack Mag article just published today: VM escape - QEMU Case Study. Combination of CVE-2015-5165 (a memory-leak vulnerability) and CVE-2015-7504 (a heap-based overflow vulnerability) allows an attacker to break out from a VM and execute code on the target host.
Stored XSS in community.ubnt.com [8 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Ubiquity Networks by @vibhuti_i. Tenacity pays off (not beg bounty, mind you, valid arguments based on facts and good PoC’s :). Originally closed as informative, re-opened, bounty awarded. All lived (safely) happily ever after!
LOTS of disclosed DoD reports on Hacktivity today, check it out.
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Hug a hacker: The time has arrived to embrace hackers
Foscam, fix your ish
That post-quantum cryptography is so hot right now
Alert (TA17-117A) | US-CERT security bulletin
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During this work, we have probably crashed our testing VM more than one