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hpr3144 :: Pentesting: Insecure Object Reference

How an insecure object reference lead to a covid-related databreach

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Hosted by Cedric De Vroey on Thursday 2020-08-20 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: pentesting,security,hacking.

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Insecure object reference is a very common bug in online applications which most of the time leads to significant data breaches. In this episode I talk about one such vulnerability I discovered recently in a covid-related application.

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Comment #1 posted on 2020-08-20T17:53:29Z by b-yeezi

I deal with this all the time

Thanks for this episode. I write software in the medical field all the time. It's good to see that the best practices that I've been taught are actually correct.

I would love another episode like this!

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