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2017-07-14 | Broadpwn2, 4k IDOR, and Content type mishap
Friday, July 14
Friday’s are for PoC posts...
How a simple IDOR become a $4K User Impersonation vulnerability by @shahmeer_amir
Content type mishap allowing any file upload in cabana.yahoo.com by @uraniumhacker
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OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
For fun weekend reading: ICS-CERT Annual Assessment Report
Vault7 - HighRise
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