I wrote a short blog post describing a Burp Suite extension that I developed here. I’ll work on more content here soon 🙂
When the Microcorruption game first came out I beat the first sixteen levels and then I got stumped on the alphanumeric MSP430 shellcode level (damn MSP430 instructions). I started to go through the game again to beat more levels and take notes to reenforce my own knowledge of the subject. I suggest everyone check out… Read More »
I disclosed multiple vulnerabilities to Dialogic in their PowerMedia XMS product (version 3.4), which is a “highly scalable, software-only media server that enables standards-based, real- time multimedia communications solutions for IMS, MRF, Enterprise, and WebRTC applications on premise or in the cloud.” CVE-2018-11634 – Plaintext storage of passwords in a SQLite database. CVE-2018-11635 – Use… Read More »
A recent internal thread about detecting hooking frameworks in native code (C/C++) got me thinking about the different ways that a Java Android application can detect the presence of either Cydia Substrate or the Xposed framework. Disclaimer: All of these anti-hooking techniques are easy to bypass by any experienced reverse engineer. I’m just exploring how… Read More »
As part of my research into the Intent.parseUri function, I identified that the Android version of the Puffin Browser was vulnerable to remote code execution, on 4.4.3 devices and below, and remote file disclosure, on any device, due to a number of factors including improper intent URI scheme parsing.
There exists a number of third-party browsers in use on Android devices besides the stock browser and Chrome. PhoneArena provided a feature comparison and performance comparison of the “best” Android browsers in 2014, but I wasn’t familiar with a number of the browsers on the list so decided to take a look at the security… Read More »
The Cordova mobile application development framework does not support launching a mobile application via a custom URI scheme, such as someurischeme://pathhere/?param=somedata, out of the box on all of its supported platforms, which is somewhat surprising for a cross-platform mobile framework. Notably missing is support for custom URI schemes in the Android version of the framework,… Read More »