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Deserialization Bugs in the Wild

A totally unscientific analysis of deserialization vulns found in the wild

Pickles are great! Until they lead to RCE.

What is insecure deserialization?

Serialization is a process during which an object in a programming language (say, a Java object) is converted into a format that can be saved to the database or transferred over a network. Whereas…

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Vickie Li

Vickie Li

Professional investigator of nerdy stuff. Hacks and secures. Creates god awful infographics. https://twitter.com/vickieli7

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