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2019-08-13 | Taviso goes down the rabbit hole, Orange’s Pre-auth RCE on Twitter VPN, and Web cache poisoning by albinowax
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Took a bit of a break for security summer camp, back at it this week for a jam-packed Zero Daily for ya.
From @taviso: I’m publishing some research today, a major design flaw in Windows that's existed for almost *two decades*. I wrote a blog post on the story of the discovery all the way through to exploitation. Repo of code and tools used.
Potential pre-auth RCE on Twitter VPN [288 upvotes] - $20,160 bounty for this report by Twitter by @Orange.
SQL Injection Extracts Starbucks Enterprise Accounting, Financial, Payroll Database [263 upvotes] - $4,000 bounty for this report to Starbucks by @spaceracoon
Stored XSS on [redacted] and Bypass for #488147 enables stored XSS on [redacted] again. About $40K in bounties for two reports to PayPal by @albinowax around web cache poisoning attack. See his full writeup on the Portswigger blog.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Apple getting a bit chummier with security researchers with the iOS security research device program, giving dev devices to top hackers in their bug bounty program. About time.
MSFT upping bug bounty awards and launched Azure Security Lab
Filedescriptor and EdOverflow published a blog in PagedOut about bug hunting (see page 52)
HackerOne’s h1-702 live hacking event concluded on Sunday morning, having paid out hackers $1.9M over 3 days. What a ride.
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Hi, we have cracked the admin hash and got the root shell. This is definitely a Pre-auth RCE on your SSL VPN server