Tag: bugbounty

MailChimp Information Disclosure

Jun 27, 2015 2 min.

Earlier this year I was working on a MailChimp integration for my “Real Job” and spent the evening poking around their application. I found a few small things that, when combined, allow a man-in-the-middle to view a user’s entire MailChimp account data (including a lists of their subscribers and campaigns). Cross Site Request Forgery I first noticed that the account data export endpoint had no CSRF protections. The following HTML, served from any website, would trigger an export for users who are logged into MailChimp.

Vimeo account takeover

Apr 3, 2015 2 min.

A while back I was playing around with the OAuth2 spec and discovered a flaw in how Vimeo associates Facebook accounts. Their Facebook connect callback URL was vulnerable to a Cross Site Request Forgery, allowing an attacker to connect their Facebook account with a victim’s Vimeo account. Background If you try to connect a Facebook account to your Vimeo account, Vimeo sends you to the following URL: https://www.facebook.com/v2.1/dialog/oauth?client_id=19884028963&redirect_uri=https%3A%2F%2Fvimeo.com%2Fsettings%2Fapps%3Faction%3Dconnect%26service%3Dfacebook&scope=email,public_profile,publish_actions,user_friends&state=f599e2d1b07d64214116415646a6a653 Once you accept the authorization prompt, Facebook returns an HTTP 302, redirecting you back to Vimeo’s redirect_uri along with a code that Vimeo uses to access your Facebook info and associate the accounts.