Hi Folks, This is the third part of A brief on Abusing Invitation Systems blog post, In case you have missed the previous parts of this story of write-ups, it is advised to have a sneak peak at the First & Second part before you go on with this post. So before we kick off to our case study let’s get a brief about some technical terms first, I am Ali Kabeel an Application Security Intern at Seekurity and let’s dive in…
I am Ali Kabeel an Application Security Intern at Seekurity team. This is Second part of A brief on Abusing Invitation Systems blog post . In this blog post I will be mainly focusing on how I was able “by following the tips and tricks in the previous blog post” to bypass Facebook fixes for 4 consecutive years.In case you are not familiar with concepts, take a sneak peak on the previous blog before continuing with this one ;).
Welcome back again, This is Ali Kabeel in case you don’t remember me read my first blog about Abusing invitations systems.
In this blog we will be continuing our talk about Business logic bugs and how dangerous and simple they can become, I will be showing you one of the simplest yet the most dangerous bugs I have found in the gigantic photo sharing app Instagram but first lets get an overview of some concepts and general knowledge.
I am Ali Kabeel an Application Security Intern at Seekurity team. This is my first blog i hope you like it. In this blog post I will be mainly focusing on Business Logic vulnerabilities by offering some tips and tricks on how to abuse invitation systems using real-world examples from my Facebook Bug Bounty experience but first let’s get a general knowledge about some concepts.