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2018-08-30 | Ibis hotel chain owner reports breach, SSRF is the new RCE, and Sensitive data exposure via WiFi broadcasts in Android OS

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With regard to the AWS AssumeRole brute-forcing, there is a way to identify the existence of roles in one accounts from another account without it appearing in CloudTrail logs. You can also bruteforce account IDs without an account at all. So many dark secrets in AWS.

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