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Welcome to the #IWWeekly38 — the Monday newsletter that brings the best in Infosec straight to your inbox.
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Coming back to today’s NL, here are our top picks for this week: 7 articles, 6 Threads, 5 videos, 2 Github repos and tools, 1 job alert to help you maximize the benefit from this newsletter and take a massive jump ahead in your career.
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#1 @TarunkantG has shared a unique case of cache poisoning that occurs between Akamai and Amazon S3 buckets.
#2 @pmnh_ and @UsmanMansha used Spring Expression Language injection on a Spring Boot application in order to bypass Akamai WAF and achieve remote code execution (P1). Read on to learn how they achieved it.
#3 Read how @jzeerx got SSTI which resulted in arbitrary file reading on one of Asia’s leading payment systems.
#4 Gafnit Amiga uncovers a major security flaw in AWS ECR Public where external actors can delete, update, and create images, layers, and tags.
#5 Read Omar Hashem’s in-detail article where he explained CVE-2022–42710 journey in the linear eMerge E3 Series to trace the path from XXE to Stored-XSS.
#1 Pratik Gaikwad discovered a privilege escalation vulnerability that resulted in the deletion of accounts and workspaces belonging to other people and organizations.
#2 Abdelrhman Allam created a comprehensive blog post on single sign-on (SSO).
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