I have found two XSS vulnerabilities in one simple process of creating a new switch interface.
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I have found a reflective XSS vulnerability on http://refer.starbucks.com. Below are the details:
“Adguard is a multifunctional program for blocking ads and pop-ups, as well as protection from viruses and phishing threats. Adguard removes advertising equally well in any browser, and that is why […]
This bug was valid for 24 days. Later, it turned up that it’s a duplicate (#@&!).
My first valid XSS bug submission to Nokia was a textbook example of a reflected Cross-Site Scripting vulnerability.
It is an old self reflected XSS (April 6th, 2013), but it was a nice hunt for the beginning of my career.
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