Hacking, AppSec, and Bug Bounty newsletter
2019-05-29 | OSINT 101, SnapLion, XSS Hunter gone postal
Wednesday, May 29
One simple IDOR. Krebs First American Financial Corp. breach bomb last Friday smartly dropped before a long holiday weekend as all other journalists were probably on vacay for the weekend or at least not in the state of mind to chase a big story. “These types of data exposures are some of the most common yet preventable”.
TWEET OF THE DAY
I had my BXSS payload on one of my tax documents this year.. - @nahamsec
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
LFI on production servers in springboard.google.com - - > Brute forcing directories FTW
Live Hacking like a MVH – A walkthrough on methodology and strategies to win big. Frans Rosen’s talk at Facebook / Google’s BountyCon in Singapore a few months back. Speaking of LHE’s, Uber raising the bar at h1-4420.
Katelyn Bowden’s OSINT 101 thread, good stuff.
ALex Stamos comments on a key area of security under-investment: secure and audited internal data access. Ala Uber’s ‘god view’ and Snap’s ‘SnapLion’.
WHo’s your iPhone talking to in the middle of the night? Geoffrey Fowler from Washington Post knows.
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