Common Insecure Practices with Configuring and Extending Salesforce

This article discusses the most common findings from a sample of over 35 security assessments of Salesforce customer deployments conducted by NCC Group. The assessments covered a mixture of configuration and code review based on our customers’ use of the Salesforce platform, not of Salesforce itself. The findings were sorted into broad categories, of which … Continue reading Common Insecure Practices with Configuring and Extending Salesforce

CVE-2019-1381 and CVE-2020-0859 – How Misleading Documentation Led to a Broken Patch for a Windows Arbitrary File Disclosure Vulnerability

By Phillip Langlois and Edward Torkington Introduction In November 2019, we published a blog post covering an elevation-of-privilege vulnerability we found in Windows whilst conducting research into Windows Component Object Model (COM) services. During the course of this research, we discovered a number of vulnerabilities in several COM services that we reported to Microsoft. In … Continue reading CVE-2019-1381 and CVE-2020-0859 – How Misleading Documentation Led to a Broken Patch for a Windows Arbitrary File Disclosure Vulnerability