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The 5 Hacking NewsLetter 72
Posted in Newsletter on September 24, 2019
Hey hackers! These are our favorite resources shared by pentesters and bug hunters last week.
This issue covers the week from 13 to 20 of September.
Our favorite 5 hacking items
1. Tutorial of the week
This tutorial explains how to find IDORs that are less obvious than just incrementing an ID. The techniques mentioned can be very helpful especially in the context of bug bounty.
Some of them are testing encoded & hashed IDs, adding an ID to the request even if the app didn’t ask for it, changing the request method, etc.
Also, IDOR and self-XSS combined can lead to stored XSS, increasing the impact of the IDOR.
2. Writeup of the week
@YoKoAcc, @JRs_Faisal and Tomi teamed up and found a whole bunch of bugs on a private program. They share multiple writeups that each explains different bugs.
This one is interesting because of the weird race condition. Here are my main takeaways:
They couldn’t find any flaws in the main file upload functionality. But the file edit functionality allowed them to change already uploaded files to any extension (including PHP!). Nice way to get unrestricted file upload…
So they could upload Web shells, but didn’t get RCE because uploaded files were moved to AWS after 2 seconds! And here is the weird part: for some reason, the request that modified the uploaded file was vulnerable to a race condition. By sending multiple requests, the server returned the file’s location (before it is moved to AWS). So in the short window where the file was still on the server, they got a reverse shell by requesting the file in a browser.
Not sure why this is happening, but it’s interesting to see a race condition help get RCE via file upload!
3. Tool of the week
Most tools that help with XSS detection are limited because they rely on server response reflection.
The only other tool I’ve seen efficiently help with this was DOMinator Pro, but it was commercial and I can’t find it online anymore. So it is awesome to have a free open source alternative!
4. Non technical item of the week
I really enjoyed reading this article. After 2 months of bug hunting, @Unknownuser1806 shares 6 problems he faced and how he solved them.
They revolve around productivity and mental health. I feel that we can easily lose sight of these topics when we get engrossed in hacking. Burnout is never that far… So the refresher is great! It’s also nice to see the specific tools a fellow bug hunter found helpful: Engross App, Habitica, Evernote/Diary, Morning habits, meditation & exercise.
5. Tips of the week
- While registering account there’s no fields like address or about me, but they’re exist on the page where you can edit your info after registering account. Try to add them while registering another account and paste payloads in values, this can bypass (XSS/injection) protection
There’s not much to comment here, the tips are self-explanatory.
I’ve never encountered these ideas before and think they’re worth adding to any Web testing methodology!
Other amazing things we stumbled upon this week
- Web Hacking Pro Tips #18: @tomnomnom Tom Hudson
- Struggling with Hacker101’s GraphQL CTF and solving an XSS challenge from Bug Bounty Notes!
- 09/01/2019 - Live Bug Bounty Recon Session on Yahoo (censys, altdns, amass) w/ @infosec_au
- Watchdogs 2 and hacking on Yahoo
- Ladybug podcast - What The Heck Is GraphQL?
- Influencing Bug Bounty Hackers with STÖK
- Security Now 732 - SIM Jacking
- Darknet Diaries EP 47: Project Raven
- 7MS #381: DIY $500 Pentesting Lab Deployment Tips
- Risky Business #556 – US Treasury targets DPRK crews, more details on Ukraine power hack
- Alissa Knight talks API security, formjacking and hacking
- PSW #620 - iOS, Equifax Is Back, & phpMyAdmin CSRF Zero-Day
- HNN #234
Webinars & Webcasts
- Continuous Integration Continuous Bounties
- Android Mobile App Pentesting
- Adversary Emulation using CALDERA
- Elbsides 2019 Bettercap Workshop
- OWASP Find Security Bugs
Medium to advanced
- Server Side Template Injection – on the example of Pebble
- Diving into unserialize()
- How to: Kerberoast like a boss
- Linux reverse shell without python
- Dynamic Instrumentation: Frida And r2frida For Noobs
- Metasploit Framework console on Docker. (with workspace)
- Microsoft Exchange – Privilege Escalation
- Container Runtime Security Bypasses on Falco
- Hacking with AWS: incorporating leaky buckets into your OSINT workflow
- How to bypass Android certificate pinning and intercept SSL traffic
- 8 Vim Tricks That Will Take You From Beginner to Expert
- Psexec: The Ultimate Guide
- Explaining Server Side Template Injections
- Open redirect Vulnerability and How To Not Mess It Up!
Responsible(ish) disclosure writeups
- Security: HTTP Smuggling, Apache Traffic Server #Web
- HAProxy HTTP request smuggling #Web
- Security Vulnerabilities in Network Accessible Services #Web
- Azure AD privilege escalation - Taking over default application permissions as Application Admin #ActiveDirectory
- SSRF | Reading Local Files from DownNotifier server #Web
- D-Link DNS-320 ShareCenter <= 2.05.B10 - Unauthenticated Remote code execution #RCE #CodeReview
Bug bounty writeups
- Account takeover via Stored XSS & CSRF on Dolibarr
- DOM XSS on Shopify ($500)
- IDOR on GitLab ($1,000)
- Information disclosure via Github on Twitter ($280)
- Information disclosure on Zomato ($750)
- Web cache deception on OLX
See more writeups on The list of bug bounty writeups.
If you don’t have time
- Pixload: Image Payload Creating/Injecting tools
- Bass: A tool that combines valid DNS resolvers from various DNS Providers of your target and generates a maximum final list of DNS resolvers. Add anywhere from 100-4k resolvers to your ‘resolver.txt’ (TL;DR)
- Docem: Uility to embed XXE and XSS payloads in docx,odt,pptx,etc (OXML_XEE on steroids)
- Curryfinger & Introduction: A Go tool for finding the server behind popular CDNs through SNI & Host header spoofing
More tools, if you have time
- Dupe Key Injector: A Burp Suite extension implementing Dupe Key Confusion, a new XML signature bypass technique presented at BSides/BlackHat/DEFCON 2019 “SSO Wars: The Token Menace” presentation
- G-Calendar-Audit: A Python script to check for public Google calendars
- Lockdoor Pentesting Framework: A Penetration Testing framework with Cyber Security Resources
- Dnmasscan: A script that can resolve an input file of domains & scan them with masscan
- EZDomain: Python script for subdomain, file, directory & S3 bucket bruteforce
- Dr Robot: A tool for Domain Reconnaissance and Enumeration
- Dolos Cloak: Automated 802.1x Bypass
- Cryptbreaker & Introduction: A cloud-backed password cracking and assessment tool
Misc. pentest & bug bounty resources
- 12 OSINT Resources For E-mail Addresses
- Zen Rails Security Checklist: Checklist of security precautions for Ruby on Rails applications
- Open Redirect Payload List
- Awesome Shodan Search Queries
- Ptest Method
- Bug bounty hunters starter notes
- VyAPI & How to make the best of it
- Vulnerable single sign on & Install tip
- Kubernetes Local Security Testing Lab
Articles & Papers
- Automating Exploitation of a Pulse SSL VPN Arbitrary File Read Vulnerability & pwn-pulse.sh
- How to Get a Finger on the Pulse of Corporate Networks via the SSL VPN
- Deserialization Bugs in the Wild
- Reversing HackEx - An android game
- Patch Analysis: Examining a Missing Dot-Dot in Oracle WebLogic
- Affordable USB Attack Device: Part 1
- Abusing VPC Traffic Mirroring in AWS
- Defense Informs Offense Improves Defense – How to Compromise an Industrial Control Systems Network – and How to Defend it
Bug bounty & Pentest news
- 2019 CWE Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors: CWE Version 3.4 released
- Samba 4.11.0 released: SMB1 disabled by default, LanMan and plaintext authentication deprecated
- The ex-felon who has made $1 million as a hacker, legally
- LevelUp0x05 is coming live to you on Saturday, October 5!
- Web Security Academy Hall of fame
- Security Analysis of LastPass credential leak — By bypassing do_popupregister()
- Patch now: Exploit released for WordPress plugin RCE bug
- Alarm over zero-day cross-site request forgery in phpMyAdmin
Breaches & Attacks
- Marketing Analytics Company Leaks Deep Profiles of Entire Ecuador Population
- Mattress Company Exposes 387k Customer Records Online
- Scanner or Scammer: Analysis of CamScanner Vulnerability
- Phishing Attack Targets The Guardian’s Whistleblowing Site
- Clones of popular Ad blockers caught ad frauding millions of Chrome users
- Payment card thieves hack Click2Gov bill paying portals in 8 cities
- Researchers find 737 million medical images exposed on the internet
- New clues show how Russia’s grid hackers aimed for physical destruction
- WannaCry – the worm that just won’t die
- Exclusive: Russia carried out a ‘stunning’ breach of FBI communications system, escalating the spy game on U.S. soil
- Disqus & Kickstarter hacker warns against password reuse
- Air Force to offer up a satellite to hackers at Defcon 2020
- US files suit against Snowden to keep book profits out of his hands
- New Documents About Pentesters Jailed for Courthouse Break-In & This article does not paint Dallas County (Iowa not Texas) Sheriff Chad Leonard in a pretty light
- Banks, Arbitrary Password Restrictions and Why They Don’t Matter
- The Most Important Productivity Lesson I Ever Learned
- Unusual Journeys into Infosec Featuring Phillip Wylie
Tweeted this week
We created a collection of our favorite pentest & bug bounty related tweets shared this past week. You’re welcome to read them directly on Twitter: Tweets from 09/13/2019 to 09/20/2019.
Have a nice week folks!
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