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2017-06-09 | VDoS research, reflected XSS, and CVE-2016-10277
Friday, June 9
A few days ago, Brian Krebs posted, Following the Money Hobbled vDOS Attack-for-Hire Service, after NYU researchers wrote a paper on VDoS. It’s a nice casual Friday read as it follows his personal story of krebsonsecurity undergoing a DDoS attack as well as the larger story thread.
Reflected XSS on teavana.com (Locale-Change) [11 upvotes] - $250 bounty for this report to Starbucks by @inhibitor181. Injection made possible because the contents before the _CA were not validated.
Shopify GitHub Login and Password exposed all private source code might be available. [14 upvotes] - $1,500 bounty for this report to Shopify by @todayisnew.
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
CVE-2016-10277: Vulns on Motorola devices
Troy Hunt laments that the web has become sucky
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