Vulnerability

Entries with this tag address the finding, existence or (sometimes controlled) exploitation of specific security flaws or misconfigurations in systems.

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Felipe Ruiz


Let's rather say a bunch of breaches in a single box

They said they discovered the mother of all data breaches. But it was a false alarm. Let's understand why.

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Jason Chavarría


Boeing, 60 credit unions, and more, have been impacted

The U.S. has been a major focus of ransomware attacks leveraging the Citrix Bleed vulnerability. We tell you about recent exploits involving this security flaw.

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Carlos Bello


Beware of insecure-by-default libraries!

Here we present in detail a vulnerability we discovered in BookStack v23.10.2, along with the steps to follow to replicate the exploit.

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Carlos Bello


What is invisible to some hackers is visible to others

Here we present in detail a vulnerability we discovered in PaperCut MF/NG v22.0.10, along with the steps to follow to replicate the exploit.

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Felipe Ruiz


Benefits and risks of these increasingly used programs

We describe the password managers, their advantages and disadvantages, some recent security incidents, and give you some recommendations on their use.

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Felipe Ruiz


Description and critique of CEH certifications

Here's a description and a critique of the CEH founded on the question, "Should the person who has this certification be called a 'certified ethical hacker'?"

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Carlos Bello


Injecting JS into one site is harmful, into all, lethal

In this blog post, we present in detail a vulnerability we discovered in Rushbet v2022.23.1-b490616d, along with the steps to follow to replicate the exploit.

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Carlos Bello


So it's the app itself that delivers the cookie to me?

In this blog post, I present in detail a zero-day vulnerability I discovered in KAYAK v161.1, along with the steps to follow to replicate the exploit.

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Andres Roldan


A Black Hat talk follow up

We will take a brief understanding at DirectX, a new attack surface on Hyper-V

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