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In the AWS Snow Family console, select your preferred device, either Snowball Edge Compute Optimized or Snowball Edge Storage Optimized. Create a job with an Amazon S3 bucket, select Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) for tracking, and configure options like Amazon EC2 AMIs and a GPU. AWS prepares and ships the device to you, and you receive it in approximately 4-6 days. Once the device arrives, power it up and use AWS OpsHub to unlock it. Connect to your LAN. Use AWS OpsHub to manage the device, transfer data, or launch EC2 instances. When done, shut down and return the device to AWS. The shipping label automatically appears on the E Ink screen. When the device arrives at the AWS Region, any data stored in your on-board bucket(s) is moved to your S3 bucket and verified in about the same time it took you to load the device. All data is then securely erased from the device, and it is sanitized of any customer information.
The Content-Type for uploaded files is provided by the user, and as such cannot be trusted, as it is trivial to spoof. Although it should not be relied upon for security, it provides a quick check to prevent users from unintentionally uploading files with the incorrect type.
It loads scriptz/php.js and there is a link pointing to function submit_form with a hidden value param, then I use burp proxy to check what data will be sent when I click the link Show Artist Info, after URL decoded, I found the following data:
SQL Injection Attack: Most e-commerce web sites use dynamic content to attract and appeal to potential customers by displaying their wares using dynamic SQL queries and front-end scripts. An attacker could inject special characters and commands into a SQL database and modify the intended query. Chaining additional commands with intent of causing unexpected behavior could alter the meaning to a query. Not only could the attacker be able to read the entire database, but also in some circumstances, alter prices of these commodities.
Input Validation Attack: Typically used by most active attackers to check for client side validation of fields and if successful then try to escalate privileges gained . Poorly validated client-side (typically a web browser) allows an attacker to tamper with parameters sent to the server. Server-side may also compromised if trust is implicit and validation poorly executed from the client-side. 2b1af7f3a8