A cool bug that can inject a new user with controlled SSH key into a compute instance and the request doing this can be reached via a GET request with no anti-CSRF token.
Vulnerabilities tagged "cool-vuln"
XNU VM copy-on-write bypass due to incorrect shadow creation logic during unaligned vm_map_copy operations [CVE-2022-46689]
Kinda of a cool race condition and sort of differential attack deep inside XNU's virtual memory system that allows for bypassing "copy on write" and writing to the underlying page without making a copy.
**tl;dr** Android Parcels have their own memory pool rather than being free'd all the way back to the general Java memory pool. This custom memory management, combined with a bug resulting in a dangling reference in a Parcel to an older version of the parcel creates a "use-after-free" like situation
A post by project zero on a vuln in a new library used for DER entitlements.Entitlements are Apple's fine-grained permission system and essentially define what capabilities an app or service has...
A total of either issues impacting various companies in the automotive industry, mix of issues from simple SQL injection to some interesting Single Sign On (SSO) implementation decisions.
A neat vuln with an interesting impact in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the Switch.The game has a feature where players can create tournaments with their own ruleset, accessibility, dates it will run, etc...
Its the description that caught my eye on this one, a race condition leading to authentication bypass.
Bit of a race condition leading to a lock screen bypass on Pixel devices.
The root of the issue is that XSLTC (turns XSLT into a Java Class to be executed for better performance) does not account for that fact that the `constant_pool_count` in a Java class is only 16bits. An attacker can create an XSLT document containing too many constants, all of which will be written to the class file, but the count will be truncated to 16bits, leading to some of those constants being interpreted as part of the classfile containing things like field and method descriptions for the class.
As the title says, some weird load balancers issues, core problem being that user-specific data would be cached and returned to other users.