15 min read 19 Feb 2019 by Simon Scannell
10 min read 29 Jan 2019 by Simon Scannell
A recent Capture-The-Flag tournament hosted by Insomni’hack challenged participants to craft an attack payload for Drupal 7. This blog post will demonstrate our solution for a PHP Object Injection with a complex POP gadget chain.
10 min read 24 Dec 2018 by Karim El Ouerghemmi
The WordPress.org website holds the repositories for all plugins and themes that are used by all WordPress sites. Furthermore, it manages the accounts that developers use to edit the code of their themes and plugins. In this blog post, we investigate a critical stored XSS vulnerability on the WordPress.org website we have reported to the WordPress security team in May 2018.
13 min read 17 Dec 2018 by Simon Scannell
A logic flaw in the way WordPress created blog posts allowed attackers to access features only administrators were supposed to have (CVE-2018-20152). This lead to a Stored XSS and Object Injection in the WordPress core and more severe vulnerabilities in WordPress’s most popular plugins Contact Form 7 and Jetpack.
Pydio is a popular file sharing solution used by enterprises and governments around the world. It suffered from a highly critical vulnerability that allowed unauthenticated attackers to compromise the entire file sharing server and to execute arbitrary code on the remote machine (CVE-2018-20718). Find out more about the impact and technical details in our blog post.