Many have seen the video where vexal modifies his Porsche 911 to run DOOM. It is the same guy who used a toaster to control a PC game a few years ago. How technically accurate these videos are can be discussed, but the underlying creativity is hard to question. Naturally, when we saw the video, we did not want to lag behind, but what is the best way to respond to something like this? Inventing the DOM DOOM XSS, of course!
TL;DR: Setting up access control of AWS S3 consists of multiple levels each with its own unique risk of misconfiguration. We will go through the specifics of each level and identify the dangerous cases where weak ACLs can create vulnerable configurations impacting the owner of the S3-bucket and/or through third party assets used by a lot of companies. We also show how to do it properly and how to monitor for these sorts of issues.
Our guest blogger and Detectify Crowdsource hacker ak1t4 explains how he discovered and reported a persistent XSS vulnerability on Teamtailor that affected thousands of career sites – including Detectify’s external career site. Teamtailor patched the vulnerability within one day after the issue had been reported.
BountyDash was created by @fransrosen and @avlidienbrunn to create a better overview of your bug bounty rewards. By tagging all your reports in the tool you’re also able to categorize all vulnerability types, plotting up a graph around your activity cross platforms and get forecasts around your future findings. Everything runs locally and there are import scripts you can run to fetch the data from each platform.