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2018-04-27 | Jobert’s GitLab bugs disclosed and explained, Dropbox DFIR blog, and Email thread of an actual CEO fraud attack
Friday, April 27
Google and Microsoft pen letter to Georgia Governor urging he veto SB-315. It appears their stance is more targeted at the “hack back” provision in the bill versus the overly broad “unauthorized access” verbiage which is widely criticized.
SQL injection in MilestoneFinder order method [23 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to GitLab by @jobert.
Command injection by overwriting authorized_keys file through GitLab import [22 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to GitLab by @jobert.
Evaluating Ruby code by injecting Rescue job on the system_hook_push queue through web hook [16 upvotes] - $750 bounty for this report to GitLab by @jobert.
GitLab CI runner can read and poison cache of all other projects [17 upvotes] - $2,000 bounty for this report to GitLab by @jobert.
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TWEET OF THE DAY
In preparation for a writeup on breaking into web security research, I've created a list of blogs that consistently have/had high quality web research. It's the 'inspiration' section here: https://skeletonscribe.net/#inspiration. I have surely missed good blogs- please let me know which. - @albinowax
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Cisco Talos on GravityRAT: a 2-year evolution of an APT targeting India
Dropbox DFIR blog on auditing/monitoring #osx with open source tools
Netflix’s Alex Maestretti writes about a SOCless detection team
No, Ray Ozzie hasn’t solved crypto backdoors - Rob Graham
Trustwave blogged about an Email Thread of an Actual CEO Fraud Attack
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