Category Archives: Write-Up

Weaponizing AMSI bypass with PowerShell

Introduction The Windows Antimalware Scan Interface (AMSI) is a versatile interface standard that allows applications and services to integrate with any antimalware product that’s present on a machine. You can find more information on it here: A while ago … Continue reading

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Exploitation of Server Side Template Injection with Craft CMS plugin SEOmatic <=3.1.3 [CVE-2018-14716]

During a recent webapplication testing I decided to perform some fuzzing of certain paths within the URI of a CMS and happened to find a potential SSTI (server side template injection) within one of the CMS’ plugins which I then … Continue reading

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Comprehensive data leakage via Google Groups

So, a few days ago Brian Krebs posted an article on his blog called “Are Your Google Groups Leaking Data?“. This article reached me while I was chilling in the sun but it did not really suprise me as I … Continue reading

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