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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
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
A miner can manipulate the gas reporting bond [28 Upvotes] - $5,000 bounty for this report to Augur Foundation by @edmundedgar.
ImageMagick GIF coder vulnerability leading to memory disclosure [73 upvotes] - $1,000 bounty for this report to Valve by @alyssa_herrera.
De-anonymization by visiting specially crafted bookmark. [15 upvotes] - no bounty for this report to Tor by @qab.
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
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Emails show law enforcement officials strategizing about how to skirt Freedom of Information Act calls for their correspondence
Busy week on Capitol Hill as far as cybersecurity related hearings go including two election security hearings, a hearing on Meltdown and Spectre, and an intelligence policy bill revision hearing.
On the internet, nobody knows you’re a dog cartoon turned 25 last Thursday
Ed’s www subdomain takeover trick
How to search for Open Amazon s3 Buckets and their contents new free online tool by GrayhatWarfare
Fifty shades of blockchain - Dogecoin creator forced a bot to read Fifty Shades of Grey and a ton of #cryptocurrency whitepapers and then asked it to tweet some blockchain fanfic
Tom Greene’s favorite thing: FileMaker Pro Server v3.0, running on MacOS 9.0.4, which is running on a Power Mac emulator, which is running on CentOS 4.5, which is running in a VMware virtual machine.
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