Art of bug bounty: a way from JS file analysis to XSS

Summary: During my research on other bug bounty program I’ve found Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability in cmp3p.js file, which allows attacker to execute arbitrary javascript code in context of domain that include mentioned script. Below you can find the way of finding bug bounty vulnerabilities from the beginning to the end, which includes: In depth analysis …

Security analysis of <portal> element

Portal is a fairly new HTML element that is currently supported only in Chrome Canary behind the #enable-portals flag. Their main objective is to enable seamless transitions to the web by pre-rendering content in an iframe-like element that can be then “promoted” (activated) to a top-level frame. In this article we focus of security analysis thereof.

Another XSS in Google Colaboratory

Three months ago I described XSS which I found in Google Colaboratory. Before you start reading this article, I recommend you go back to the previous one first, because I am going to develop the topic which started there. In a nutshell, however, what previously happened: I was looking for XSS in Google Colaboratory (an …