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2018-01-30 | Oh Strava Strava Strava, Cisco adaptive security appliance RCE, and XSS Cheat Sheet

Tuesday, January 30

TOP STORY

  • 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.

HACKTIVITY

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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

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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’.

Steve Loughran