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2017-08-18 | Reverse MD5 hash, Backdoor of Flickr API, and Cyber Command
Friday, August 18
It's PoC phriday.
Capture The Flag Solution: reversing the password by @jobertabma. This is a 4 for 1 deal. See the end of the post for links to Jobert’s favorite submissions.
Backdoor of All Flickr API Calls by XSSI by @ngalog
How I bypassed IDOR (Access Control) Protection by @ahsantahir
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
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