Monday, October 30, 2017

Can you trust Facebook links?

While we are on Facebook, we are often share links to external sources, like Youtube, Google Drive, Instagram, or any other websites.
Many people think that Facebook links are quite reliable, but are they?

Facebook users can send those links via post or privately over Messenger, as you can see on the following images:






So how exactly preview link feature works?

Monday, September 18, 2017

Gem in a box XSS vulnerability - CVE-2017-14506

In this short blogpost I will give a short explain of XSS vulnerability i found on geminabox v0.13.5. which is a gems manager like rubygems.org so you can upload and download gems
Geminabox parses the uploaded gems and gives the users list of the gems on the system as the following image:


As you can see, the system parses the gem's details and present it on the web UI.
After few times, I succeeded to create a GEM file to exploit XSS, the attack scenario goes as follows:



Tuesday, August 18, 2015

PT Vulnerabilities Manager - burp extension

Penetration test vulnerabilities manager extension for Burp Suite written in Jython developed by Barak Tawily in order to ease application security people manage vulnerabilities

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Friday, February 20, 2015

Autorize - automatic authorization enforcement detection extension for Burp Suite

Autorize


Autorize is an automatic authorization enforcement detection extension for Burp Suite. It was written in Python by Barak Tawily, an application security expert at AppSec Labs. Autorize was designed to help security testers by performing automatic authorization tests.
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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

AliExpress XSS vulnerability - take over any seller account

In this blog post I will discuss a XSS vulnerability I’ve found in AliExpress website.
I discovered this vulnerability while i bought items in the website, i wanted to contact with the seller so i sent him a message. As an application security expert i suspected that the messages system might be vulnerable to XSS so i started investigate it.
after a full investigation i found that it is possible to inject HTML <b> tag into the message, and it will be rendered as HTML code in the recipients' browser.
By injection the following malicious script payload in a message content parameter, the seller will browse to the message center in AliExpress website, thus, the malicious script will be executed on his browser:

Hello Seller :)<b style="position:fixed;top:0;left:0;display:block;width:100%;height:100%" onmouseover="alert('Barak Tawily, AppSec Labs')">PoC</b>

Note: the system doesn't allow send HTML tags in the content of the message, but it allows <b> tag only, thats why the payload to exploit the vulnerability is <b> tag and not any other.



Wednesday, January 15, 2014

SoapUI Code Execution Vulnerability - CVE-2014-1202

In this blog post I will discuss a vulnerability I’ve found in the SoapUI product before version 4.6.4 (CVE-2014-1202).
I discovered this vulnerability during a penetration test in which I saw that the SoapUI software allows the clients to execute a Java code on the local machine by putting a Java code inside the following tag:

${=JAVA CODE};