Hacking, AppSec, and Bug Bounty newsletter
2017-06-01 | Snowden’s ghost, Crypto ponzi schemes, and Gov squad
Thursday, June 1
New month, start it off right!
Chris Vickery from UpGuard found something. Dan O’Sullivan writes about the discovery of a cache of 60K top secret documents that were found on an unencrypted AWS server. Did Snowden teach you nothing, Booz?
XSS at in instacart.com/store/partner_recipe [10 upvotes] - $150 bounty for this repor to Instacart by @ak1t4. Hacker called out fellow researcher, Karel Origin, referencing their report as inspiration.
Remote Code Execution (RCE) in a DoD website [3 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to U.S. Dept Of Defense by @0daystolive. No public vuln details but DoD called it a “clever demonstration”.
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