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2017-09-22 | TicketTrick, ReproNow, and Project Zero’s DOM fuzzing results
Friday, September 22
How I hacked hundreds of companies through their helpdesk by @securinti.
Reflected XSS - gratipay.com [27 upvotes] - swag awarded for this report to Gratipay by @tungpun.
all private tokens are leaked to an unauthenticated attacker [11 upvotes] - swag awarded for this report to GitLab by @rpearl.
RCE via ssh:// URIs in multiple VCS [24 upvotes] - $3,000 bounty for this report to The Internet by @joernchen. Cool to see hackers donating bounties to charity!
You can see all the latest and greatest disclosures and bounties on www.hackerone.com/hacktivity
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
ReproNow triage bot
And Safari loses the Project Zero DOM Fuzzing browser olympics
Looking at the C2, update from Talos on CCleaner
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SPECIAL PROGRAMMING NOTE
We will be taking a mini hiatus of Zero Daily for 2-weeks, back in full swing 2017-10-09. Stay classy and keep squashing those bugs.
More than half of the websites I tested did not require e-mail verification, which means any one could sign up with any e-mail address and effectively read any support tickets created by that e-mail address.