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.
This week is a shorter episode looking at some bad code in mermaid.js and Moodle's Shibboleth plugin, and a bit of research regarding URL parsing issues.
More cases of developers make insecure assumptions and getting owned because of it. This week we've got a Flickr account takeover, escalating restricted SSRF into something more useful, and XSS to RCE in Rocket.Chat.
Log4Shell RCE spawns a lot of discussion this episode, but we also look at a W10 RCE, Google SSRF and some CSS injection in uBlock.
Some readily understood vulnerabilities, but with some interesting impacts, from escalating self-XSS to cross-account CSRF, data exfiltration with CSS, web-cache poisoning and MFA bypassing.
Short but sweet episode this week, prototype pollution, crypto issues, SSRF and some weird authentication.
What happens when a vendor refused to fix your bug? Well you can go claim a bunch of bounties with it. We also talk about some novel request smuggling research on this episode.
We are joined by Bastian Gruber to start the episode with a discussion about Rust. Then we'll dive into a few interesting vulnerabilities this week including yet another ECDSA implementation issue and some header smuggling research.
A discussion heavy episode this week, starting off with the "new" Trojan Source attackers, and then talking about a handful of interesting vulnerabilities.
A couple unique vulns this week involving getting extra coins on Reddit, and bypassing certificate checking for a Discourse RCE.