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2017-08-31 | Vulnerable pacemakers, ROP Emporium, and BSides Manchester recordings
Thursday, August 31
Request Hijacking Vulnerability in RubyGems 2.6.11 and earlier [8 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to RubyGems by @claudijd.
SSRF in https://imgur.com/vidgif/url [13 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to Imgur by @aesteral. @sumlac included this as one of the best-written reports he’s seen. Go and do likewise.
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...if exploited, could allow an unauthorized user (i.e. someone other than the patient's physician) to access a patient's device using commercially available equipment. This access could be used to modify programming commands to the implanted pacemaker, which could result in patient harm from rapid battery depletion or administration of inappropriate pacing.
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