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12:22 AM
@forest SHS, Pseudo permutation.
 
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Gimli is a public permutation, like Keccak.
 
does it cover all permutations?
 
It's just one 384-bit permutation.
So it should have 2^384 bijections.
 
12:58 AM
Interesting analysis of real quality exploits are like: googleprojectzero.blogspot.com/2021/01/…
> These exploit chains are designed for efficiency & flexibility through their modularity. They are well-engineered, complex code with a variety of novel exploitation methods, mature logging, sophisticated and calculated post-exploitation techniques, and high volumes of anti-analysis and targeting checks. We believe that teams of experts have designed and developed these exploit chains.
 
 
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2:55 AM
(One year old, but: nassiben.com/lamphone)
This is fascinating, but it's not new. Listening to audio using lightbulb filaments is a known issue and is why highly secured environments are typically not allowed to have windows or bulbs with filaments.
 
 
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3:34 PM
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Q: Whats wrong with this XSS vector?

Arun JoshlaPayload: <DIV STYLE="background-image: url(javascript:alert('XSS'))"> Reference: http://seguretat.wiki.uoc.edu/index.php/XSS_Cheat_Sheet Can someone please explain why this payload is not working?

This person here has a point. The CSS XSS vector <DIV STYLE="background-image: url(javascript:alert('XSS'))"> is included in the OWASP XSS cheat sheet, even though it doesn't work. Has the cheat just not been updated, or am I missing something?
 

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