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2018-07-09 | Polar fitness app exposes sensitive user data, How to search for Open Amazon s3 Buckets and their contents, and Fifty shades of blockchain

Monday, July 9

TOP STORY

  • Fitness app Polar pulled a Strava: exposed locations of spies and military personnel as anyone could access a user's fitness activities over several years -- simply by modifying the browser's web address

HACKTIVITY

TWEET OF THE DAY

  • I read the S3-docs and found that signing-errors disclosed the bucket-name. This can be used when CDNs are put in front of a bucket. It doesn't work in all cases, but many of them. You need an access-key to make it work (no secret-key) S3 decloaker: - @fransrosen

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