Introduction: Each year, as part of TyphoonCon; our All Offensive Security Conference, we are offering cash prizes for vulnerabilities and exploitation techniques found. At our latest hacking competition: TyphoonPwn 2019, an independent Security Researcher demonstrated three vulnerabilities to our team which were followed by our live demonstration on stage. The Researcher was awarded an amazing […]
(This advisory follows up on a vulnerability provided in Hack2Win Extreme competition, that won the iOS Privilege Escalation category in our offensive security event in 2018 in Hong Kong – come join us at TyphoonCon – June 2019 in Seoul for more offensive security lectures and training) Vulnerabilities Summary The following advisory describes security bugs […]
Vulnerabilities Summary QuartzCore ( https://developer.apple.com/documentation/quartzcore ), also known as CoreAnimation, is a framework use by macOS and iOS to build an animatable scene graph. CoreAnimation uses a unique rendering model where the grapohics operations are run in a separate process. On macOS, the process is WindowServer and on iOS the name is backboardd. Both of […]
Vulnerabilities Summary The vulnerability exists in the AppCache subsystem in Chrome Versions 69.0 and before. This code is located in the privileged browser process outside of the sandbox. The renderer interacts with this subsystem by sending IPC messages from the renderer to the browser process. These messages can cause the browser to make network requests, […]
VirtualBox has a built-in RDP server which provides access to a guest machine. While the RDP client sees the guest OS, the RDP server runs on the host OS. Therefore, to view the guest OS the RDP client will make a connection to the host OS IP address rather than the guest OS IP address.