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2017-07-19 | Devil’s Ivy, Firefox security audit, and NTIA IoT guidance
Wednesday, July 19
Good day to all!
Senrio discovered a stack buffer overflow vulnerability (CVE-2017-9765) in Axis M3004 camera. The vulnerability has been dubbed, “Devil’s Ivy”. The impact is greater than one vendor, it’s in the widely used toolkit, gSOAP. Read more on Wired.
XSS in [rockstar] [25 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Rockstar Games by @netfuzzer. Reflected XSS vulnerability could be exploited in multiple ways throughout different areas of the site. BONUS awarded due to the prolific nature of the vulnerability. Nice find @netfuzzer!
█████████ Hardcoded credentials in Android App [10 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Zomato by @Gerben_Javado. Decompiling Zomato app led to discovery of basic HTTP credentials in the app. Good find and quick work by Zomato.
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