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2019-05-13 | Sentry Blind SSRF, Script kiddie term origination, and Do you know how many websites you run?
Monday, May 13
The term script kiddie probably originated around 1994, but the first public record is from 1996. How do we know this? LiveOverflow did the research for us! Also, there’s more hacker history from Emily Crose and and Emma Best including freedom of information act requests from the US Government.
Remote Code Execution in epoch via epmd [143 upvotes] - $10,000 bounty for this report to Aeternity by @ecneladis.
XSS via Direct Message deeplinks [85 upvotes] - $2,940 bounty for this report to Twitter by @0xsobky.
H1514 [beerify[dot]shopifycloud[dot]com] GraphQL discloses internal beer consumption [36 upvotes] - $802.20 bounty for this report to Shopify by @emitrani
TWEET OF THE DAY
Every time I see this, my heart beats faster #ssrf - @fransrosen
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
To all our readers in Enterprises, do you know how many websites you run? Tell Colonel Paul Haverstick you understand his pain.
Frans’ Akamai WAF bypass XSS in HTML-context when no character-filtering exists to trick it
Sentry Blind SSRF shared by @ITSecurityGuard
l0pht.com turned 25 yesterday. “L0pht was a homebrew 486 33MHz running a Slackware distribution of Linux 1.0 on a 28.8K dialup line to TIAC.NET.”
This is well done: StackOverflow language popularity through the years
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