[Full-disclosure] LinkedIn_User Account Delete using Click jacking
secn3t at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 20:30:04 BST 2011
Another security expert... sheesh... and they cannot do simplest of tasks,
makes me wonder really how do they get anything atall coded, but then again
i doubt there is code... I bet theyre all some persistent xss etc... wich
would req some fuzz tool... well, cewrtainly see better people like kcope
who does not call himself any senior security, yet has made many of remote
exploits, and he posts them in his <body> so, it should be i think put in
the email-bdy, responsibly that is.
That would be good to have but since everyone company takes ITsec so
differently, i know MS and Google have great disclosure policies, but this
is supposed to be on theyre end, not ours... so i guess its another good
On 8 October 2011 06:25, Peter Dawson <slash.pd at gmail.com> wrote:
> if I get it right this dude is supposed to be "
> - Senior Security Analyst at iViZ Techno Solutions Pvt. Ltd.<http://www.linkedin.com/company/iviz-techno-solutions-pvt.-ltd.?trk=ppro_cprof>
> Whatever happened on protocol's for responsible disclosure ?
> On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 3:05 PM, xD 0x41 <secn3t at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Screw you dude, attaching executable doc files , and then pushing out a
>> few *0days*
>> I wont be looking at *any* thing attached as a doc, thats just common
>> sense. nowdays, and there is abs NO need on this list for it, it is FD, your
>> meant to put it in the BODY of email, or atleast maybe next time, change the
>> type to linux 0day and attach .S file... ??
>> screw u and ur advisorys, fix them into proper order asin written as any
>> would be, and ill read it, but never ask a dood to open the attachment!
>> On 7 October 2011 22:48, asish agarwalla <asishagarwalla at gmail.com>wrote:
>>> LinkedIn_User Account Delete using Click jacking.
>>> This Vulnerability is accepted by LinkedIn they are in a process
>>> to patched it but not yet patched.
>>> Please find the document describing the vulnerability.
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