Application Security This Week for October 13

Portswigger has some good research on a new angle for cross-site leak attacks:

https://portswigger.net/research/xs-leak-leaking-ids-using-focus

 

Serverless inftastructures are slipping through the cracks as far as security testing goes.  Here's a new tool for Amazon Lambda - hopefully it leads to more.

https://www.darknet.org.uk/2019/10/lambdaguard-aws-lambda-serverless-security-scanner/

 

Mozilla isolated an interesting RCE bug in iTerm2:

https://blog.mozilla.org/security/2019/10/09/iterm2-critical-issue-moss-audit/

 

Eric Lawrence (of Fiddler fame) has a good writeup on Chrome's new direction for cookies:

https://textslashplain.com/2019/09/30/same-site-cookies-by-default/

 

And that's the news.

Application Security This Week for October 6

This is a blog entirely dedicated to security analysis of mobine apps.  No idea who writes it but it is good.

https://theappanalyst.com/

 

Neat writeup on going from SQL Injection to Remote Code Execution.

https://medium.com/bugbountywriteup/sql-injection-to-lfi-to-rce-536bed29a862

 

I've been on a PHP project recently, and I learned about this cool tool to bypass disable_functions.

https://github.com/mm0r1/exploits/tree/master/php7-gc-bypass

 

Speaking of PHP, the statis code analysis tool I learned to use was Exakat.  Steep learning curve but unbelievable reports.  And open source!

https://github.com/exakat/exakat

 

That's the news, folks.

 

Bill Sempf

Husband. Father. Pentester. Secure software composer. Brewer. Lockpicker. Ninja. Insurrectionist. Lumberjack. All words that have been used to describe me recently. I help people write more secure software.

 

 

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