Cross-origin/same-site request forgery to RCE in chromedriver

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I found a cross-origin/same-site request forgery vulnerability in chromedriver. It was rejected (won't fix) because it is only possible to trigger this from the cross-origin/same-site and not cross-site. In practice, it means it is really only possible to trigger this from another localhost-bound web application.

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DNS rebinding explained

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A quick summary about how DNS rebinding attacks work. The main motivation for this post is to have a diagram to show when explaining DNS-rebinding attacks.

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DNS rebinding and CSRF vulnerabilites on Samsung TV DIAL implementation

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I found a DNS rebinding vulnerability as well as a Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) vulnerability on the DIAL (Discovery And Launch) implementation of the Samsung TV UE40F6320 (v1.0), from 2011. This can be used to open any installed application (eg. Netflix and Youtube) and force the vizualisation of a given video in the applications.

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DNS rebinding vulnerability in Samsung SmartTV UPnP

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I found a DNS rebinding vulnerability on the Universal Plug-and-Play (UPnP) interface of the Samsung TV UE40F6320 (v1.0), from 2011. This could be used, for example, to change the channel, to know which channel is currently used or open the builtin browser to any URI.

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