Another short episode this week covering graphql attacks, a couple NoSQL injections, a few misconfigurations and a cool attack to reset monotonic counters on a Mifare card.
Final part of our series on going from the foundations of exploitation development to real-world exploitation. Focusing on the critical skill of discovering and developing your own exploitation strategies in large applications.
From having the foundations of exploit dev you might be wondering how to progress? Well, we argue that you should take some time to learn the basics of vulnerability research.
So you've played some CTFs and got a handle on this exploit dev stuff. This is the start of a three-part series about making the jump into real-world exploitation.
A shorter episode, but some really cool vulns none-the-less, from mitigation bypassing on D-Link routers, to a new set of WiFi protocol design flaws.
Kicking off the week with some awesome vulns, an "almost" padding oracle in Azure Functions, a race-condition in AWS Cognito, some sound engine bugs, and a Foxit Reader Use-after-free.
Big episode this week, with a lot of discussion about CTFs, kernel drama, and Github's exploit policy. Then some really interesting exploit strategies on Tesla and Netgear, along with some simple, yet deadly issues in Wordpress and Composer.
Some drama in the Linux Kernel and so many vulns resulting in code execution in Homebrew, GitLab, an air fryer, Source engine, Super Mario Maker, Adobe Reader and the Linux Kernel.
Authentication bypasses, a Duo 2FA bypass, RCEs, a VM escape, and some reverse engineering writeups.
MD5 is trending in 2021...a few kernel vulnerabilities, and some drama around pwn2own.