* Posts by Definitely Not Me

2 publicly visible posts • joined 26 Oct 2018

British Airways: If you're feeling left out of our 380,000 passenger hack, then you may be one of another 185,000 victims

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Not third party code

This wasn't due to any third party code. The original breach involved somebody changing BA's own JS code to insert additional functions.

This latest one may be different, but there aren't any details as yet. What is somewhat odd is that this one predated the other one, and based on the published dates ended much earlier. So did somebody spot this at the time and remove the offending code? Only for it to re-appear elsewhere on their site later. Or did the person who added it realise there was a better place for it, so removed it themselves?

What a crane in the ass: Bug leaves construction machinery vulnerable to evil command injection

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These aren't WiFi controllers, they use radio. More like a remote control toy, just scaled up.

The whole separate network stuff is just boilerplate text.