A somewhat curated list of links to information about Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR).
|IDOR - how to predict an identifier? Bug bounty case study
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|Exploiting IDORs - A compilation of some neat, new and crazy examples! Hello readers, in this blog, our Senior Consultant Vanshal Gaur, is going to explain access control and vulnerabilities arising from insecure access control such as Insecure Direct Object References (IDOR) with some interesting
|Finding more IDORs – Tips and Tricks
|Before working in the Security Testing team at Aon, I set myself the goal of receiving a bug bounty from a public vulnerability disclosure program. As is often recommended, I decided to look for one bug class in as many places as possible.
|All About IDOR Attacks
|Have you ever wondered how data breaches happen? Nowadays, it seems like a new company is breached every five minutes.
|HTTP Request Smuggling + IDOR
|HTTP Request Smuggling or HTTP Desync is one of the trendy vulnerabilities of the moment and one of my favorites, because it allows you to greatly increase the severity of most common bugs.
|Jobert Abma on Twitter
|Hacker tip: when you’re looking for IDORs in a model that references another model, try storing IDs that don’t exists yet. I’ve seen a number of times now that, because the model can’t be found, the system will save the ID. (1/2) #TogetherWeHitHarder
|A Less Known Attack Vector, Second Order IDOR Attacks
|Most of you probably familiar within the vulnerability types “IDOR (Insecure Object Direct Reference)” and second order vulnerabilities such as “Second Order SQL Injection.
|Accidental IDOR that Deleted Admin Account.
|Hey Everyone, Last week I got invited to a private program through one of my friend Ananda Dhakal. So I was testing out that program and at starting I found a normal rate limiting worth $25 😅😅 , Yeah It’s too low, I was also not happy with it.
|A Less Known Attack Vector, Second Order IDOR Attacks
|Insecure Direct Object References occur when an application provides direct access to objects based on user-supplied input. As a result of this vulnerability attackers can bypass authorization and access resources in the system directly, for example database records or files.
|Chains on Chains!! Chaining several IDOR’s into Account Takeover(PART ONE)
|Daniel MarteNov 15, 2019·4 min readHello Everybody,Welcome to my FIRST writeup! Just to give you some background, My name is Daniel, I started hacking about 4 months ago and can’t stop! I’ve really been enjoying learning and exploiting some bugs! :D This writeup will be about how I achieved my
|How I could delete Facebook Ask for Recommendations post’s place objects in comments
|This blog post is about an Insecure direct object reference vulnerability in Facebook Ask for Recommendations post. using attacker could have remove place object card in comments.
|Stories Of IDOR-Part 2
|So Today i am going to share another IDOR story, well all stories in this blog is for single website, let name it xyz.com. Its an Education platform, mostly for the Political/Media/Historians students, where it gave a grouped platform for discussions.
|Inf0rM@tion Disclosure via IDOR
|Three Duplicates & a Final BLOW! The “userId” parameter was vulnerable to IDOR! If we change the userId than it was showing out Email addresses and Names of all the registered Users in the Activity Log of the web application.
|GraphQL IDOR leads to information disclosure
|Hello World!, I’m Eshan Singh aka R0X4R. I’m here to share my recent findings on GraphQL IDOR (Insecure Direct Object Reference), which leads to information disclosure. So, let’s start. I’m signing in… What is GraphQL?
|In my previous post, I shared my love for testing Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) vulnerability. This time I’ll be sharing the situation where I found an IDOR in Websockets. You may want to read this write-up before you continue. But in short, I shared how I approach testing Websockets.
|In this post, I’ll be talking about an interesting bug chain I discovered a few months ago; Stored XSS + IDOR (Cross Site Scripting and Insecure Direct Object Reference respectively). The target is an application that helps manage finances.
|Oh! Yea, HTTP is the most common channel you could find an Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) Vulnerability (IMO). I should call this an IDOR series, hahah! In my last post, I mentioned there was a vulnerable HTTP PUT request on the target.
|Stories Of IDOR
|Insecure Direct Object References occur when an application provides direct access to objects based on user-supplied input. As a result of this vulnerability attackers can bypass authorization and access resources in the system directly. Now he able to view U2 file from his account.