Month of Browser Bugs (MoBB)


Get ready for a complete month of fun with H D Moore’s Month of Browser Bugs.

Quoting from Browser Fun blog:

This blog will serve as a dumping ground for browser-based security research and vulnerability disclosure. To kick off this blog, we are announcing the Month of Browser Bugs (MoBB), where we will publish a new browser hack, every day, for the entire month of July. The hacks we publish are carefully chosen to demonstrate a concept without disclosing a direct path to remote code execution. Enjoy!

He say’s he has plenty of vulnerabilities to go around.

You can also read his post at Metasploit’s blog.

Posted in: Exploits/Vulnerabilities

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