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2017-07-13 | AWS S3 access controls, .NET malware, and 27K errors in Tizen
Thursday, July 13
Happy Thursday. :)
Millions of Verizon customer records exposed in security lapse. As many as 14 million records of subscribers were found on an unprotected Amazon S3 storage server.
Authentication bypass on auth.uber.com via subdomain takeover of saostatic.uber.com [62 upvotes] - $5,000 bounty for this report to Uber by @arneswinnen. Impressive find and you can also see his technical summary write up we linked to in yesterday’s Zero Daily.
ntpd: read_mru_list() does inadequate incoming packet checks [5 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to The Internet by @Magnus.
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Speaking of AWS, Frans Rosen takes a deep dive into AWS S3 access controls
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