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2018-01-30 | Oh Strava Strava Strava, Cisco adaptive security appliance RCE, and XSS Cheat Sheet
Tuesday, January 30
The Strava heatmap can be deanonymyzed. Steve Loughran published research: Advanced Denanonymization through Strava. The tl;dr from Wired: The data can be de-anonymised, including names and running routes of people at high-security military facilities. A quick search shows the names of 50 US personnel at a base in Afghanistan.
Markdown parsing issue enables insertion of malicious tags and event handlers [101 upvotes] - $5,000 bounty for this report to HackerOne by @ahmed_anwer_mohamed.
Domain spoofing in redirect page using RTLO [24 upvotes] - $500 bounty for this report to HackerOne by @ashishpadelkar.
Humble pie tastes so good.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
Android Hackers! For that quick Screenshot PoC you need:
adb shell screencap -p /sdcard/poc.png && adb pull /sdcard/poc.png
will create a Screenshot & download it to your home folder :-) - @itsecurityguard
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Cisco adaptive security appliance RCE and denial of service vulnerability
appriver’s global security report for 2017 (yes, another one)
XSS Cheat Sheet, 2018 edition by Brute Logic
Tip for Android hacker’s to capture PoC’s
Staying secure and getting pwned, podcast interview with Troy Hunt
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The underlying problem is that the devices we wear, carry and drive are now continually reporting information about where and how they are used 'somewhere’.