Just one vulnerability this week, a secure boot bypass, and some research into detecting compiler introduced bugs. Ending the week with a discussion about how to learn fuzzing.
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Lets talk about "sidedoors" this week, with two vulnerabilities abusing alternative access points, along with an overly verbose error message that actually had some immediate impact, and a look at the challenges of client-sided session.
This week we discuss taint analysis and where to use it compared with fuzzing, a couple buggy code patterns in Go to be on the lookout for, and another remote stack-overflow in the Kernel TIPC module.
CSRF lives again in the form of CORF, Cross-Origin Request Forgery with an attack against Grafana. We also take a look at some baby monitor issues and a de-anonymization attack against Twitter.
A discussion heavy episode this week as we speculate about how some XNU code passed muster, and how to exploit a small overflow and weaponizing a large info-leak.
A "maybe" issue this week in Ruby's net/http library, some long chains leading to XSS, and a look at abusing parameter injection for SSRF in applications integrating with the Google Drive API.
Binary ninja 3.0 just dropped, lets talk about that, then into pwnkit and a couple kernel bugs, and ending this week off with a discussion about dealing with imposter syndrome.
A few unique issues this week, routing issues in ManageEngine, a Little Snitch bypass, an undecodable characters leading to a denial of service.
Integer overflows and underflow this week, covering vulns from desktop Zoom clients, to kernel and some routers.
A new security-related humble bundle, MFA bypass in Box, and a a few older style vulnerabilities: lfi2rce, allow-list bypass with an @ sign, and insecure random number seeds.