👩‍💻IW Weekly #67: Joining Google as Red Teamer, Finding 100 vulnerabilities, Tale of DOM-XSS, Impactful SSRF, Busting fake Privacy Policy and many more..

👩‍💻IW Weekly #67: Joining Google as Red Teamer, Finding 100 vulnerabilities, Tale of DOM-XSS, Impactful SSRF, Busting fake Privacy Policy and many more..
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@GrahamHelton3’s  journey from perseverance to perfection paid off as he tactfully mapped his way to Google, realizing his dreams as a Red Teamer."

Welcome to the #IWWeekly67 - the Monday newsletter that brings the best in Infosec straight to your inbox.

To help you out, we have 5 Articles, 4 Threads, 3 Videos, 2 GitHub Repos and Tools, 1 Job Alert in today’s newsletter. We also have a Beginner's Corner featured in this edition.

Read, upskill yourself and spread love to the community 💝

Excited? Let’s jump in 👇

📝 5 Infosec Articles

  1. Inspired by zseano’s challenge, @0xM5awy shares how they were able to find more than 100 vulnerabilities on a single program by sticking to it.
  2. @GrahamHelton3 shares some insights on how he was able to land a job at Google as a red teamer.
  3. Read on how @basu_banakar went about to maximize the impact on an SSRF vulnerability they found.
  4. @kuldeepdotexe talks about a DOM-based XSS and failures In bug bounty hunting.
  5. @hakluke shares 10 tips for crushing bug bounties.
  1. @snap_sec comes up with a brief detailed thread on how to hunt for DOM based XSS in Web Applications.
  2. “The bogus privacy policy” ; @haxrob discusses how he was able to bust a well-known IOT bulb manufacturer’s fake privacy policy  who requested location access.
  3. The tale of finding a zero-click Account Takeover on one of largest SaaS providers by @rez0__.
  4. @hakluke offers 5 insightful suggestions on how to properly write a bug report in his thread.

📽️ 3 Insightful Videos

  1. In his video, @ippsec teaches his audience how to use Burpsuite to intercept traffic from Android applications.
  2. In his video, @LiveOverflow describes how he discovered a generic HTML Sanitizer bypass after running into some odd HTML behavior.
  3. Get hands on how hackers write Malware and evade your antivirus from @_JohnHammond.

⚒️ 2 GitHub repositories & Tools

  1. Shortscan, a golang based tool used for enumerating short filenames on IIS webservers, by @bitquark.
  2. Jsluice is a tool for extracting URLs, paths, secrets, and other interesting data from JavaScript source code, by the team at @bishopfox.

💰1 Job Alert

  1. IBM is looking for a Security Specialist in Delhi.

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That’s all for this week. Hope you enjoyed these incredible finds and learned something new from today’s newsletter. Meet you again next week hacker, until then keep pushing 💪

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Resource contribution by: Nikhil A Memane, Ayush Singh, Bimal Kumar Sahoo, Nithin R, Tuhin Bose, Shlok.
Newsletter formatting by: Ayush Singh, Hardik Singh, Siddharth, Rushi Padhiyar, Nithin R, Shlok.

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