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2017-12-06 | ICQ Opsec blunder, Mailsploit, and 31 million records leaked via Ai.Type
Wednesday, December 6
Server Side Request Forgery on JSON Feed [5 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Infogram by @mrreboot.
Nested attributes reject_if proc can be circumvented by providing "_destroy" parameter [5 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to Ruby on Rails by @jcoyne.
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Mailsploit: Collection of bugs in email clients that allow effective sender spoofing and code injection attacks
31 Million Client Registration Files Leaked by Personalized Keyboard Developer, Ai.Type
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The trick resides in using RFC-1342 (from 1992!), a recommendation that provides a way to encode non-ASCII chars inside email headers in a such way that it won't confuse the MTAs processing the email.
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