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2019-06-21 | Firefox 0-day targeting Crypto orgs, $550K in 1-year, and RCE blog
Friday, June 21, 2019
Dan Goodin broke a story about Firefox 0-days featuring research from Patrick Wardle and Philip Martin. In Dan’s words: This campaign used 2 Firefox 0days to install 2 different backdoors on Macs. Neither backdoor is well detected, and at least 1 completely bypasses Gatekeeper and XProtect. The attackers have a previous history of nasty exploits of unknown vulnerabilities. A little more context from @SecurityGuyPhil.
TWEET OF THE DAY
I found an SSRF today without access to the code, burp, or the asset; just talked with someone and found it via discussion :) - @d0nut
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Imagine that an army of lemmings just jumped the queue at McDonald’s in front of you – and each is ordering a whopper…. Telegram’s tweet thread about a DDoS attack is quite entertaining and educational
$550k USD in 365 days on 187 bugs. Tell Naffy what you want to know.
RCE blog from @mrtuxracer. Good stuff on the bug, not so good stuff on the lack of responsiveness from the company.
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