PWN2OWN 2019 – Ethical Hackers Earned $195,000 at Day 1 cvv2 shop, buy dumps online

Day 1 at the world’s expensive hacking contest Pwn2Own Tokyo 2019, researcher hacked well-known products such as Sony TV, NETGEAR Router, TPLINK WiFi Router, Amazon Echo, Xiaomi Mi9, Galaxy S10 and earned $195,000 in a different category.
Pwn2Own  is a live hacking contest, in which contestants are challenged to exploit widely-used software and mobile devices, and now it’s organized by Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) for ethical hackers and security researchers who have participated from different countries to find and exploit the zero-day vulnerability.
8 unique products participated in seven categories, the vendors offering USD 750,000 in cash and prizes available to the contestants.
This year, ZDI conducting this hacking contest for the second time. At the  first event conducted in March, ZDI awarded a total of $545,000 to ethical hackers for reporting 19 unique zero-day bugs in Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge and Windows, VMware Workstation, Mozilla Firefox.
On the first day , a team called  Fluoroacetate  (Amat Cama and Richard Zhu ) attempted to exploit Sony X800G TV , and this is the very first time Sony participate in this event. 
Fluoroacetate is a veteran of Pwn2Own, they have already  won the first Pwn2Own  that held on March 2019. in the event, they earned $375,000, laptops and a car over the contest and resulted in 36 Master of Pwn points. 
At the end of the attempt, Fluoroacetate gets a bind shell due to a JavaScript out-of-bounds (OOB) Read in the embedded web browser and earned USD 15,000 and 2 points.
In the next attempt, the Fluoroacetate team come back and targeted the Home Automation category, in which they selected Amazon Echo Show 5 as a target and used an integer overflow in JavaScript to compromise the device and take control that earned them $60,000 and 6 Master pwn points.
Again they returned and targeted the Samsung Q60 TV and they attempt was able to use an integer overflow in JavaScript to get a reverse shell from the television. Successful demonstration earned them $20,000 and 2 Master of Pwn points.
In other attempted they hacked Xiaomi Mi9 using a JavaScript bug that jumped the stack to exfiltrate a picture from the Xiaomi Mi9 and earned USD 20,000 and 2 additional Master of Pwn points.
A new team called “Team Flashback” (Pedro Ribeiro and Radek Domanski ) targetted the LAN interface of the NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router (R6700), and successfully exploit a stack-based buffer overflow to get a shell on the router that earned them $5,000 and 0.5 Master of Pwn points.
Flashback team also attempted to compromise the WAN interface of the NETGEAR Nighthawk Smart WiFi Router (R6700) in the Router category, in result they were able to remotely modify the router’s firmware such that their payload persisted across a factory reset which earned them $20,000 and 1 more Master of Pwn point.
Researchers ( Mark Barnes, Toby Drew, Max Van Amerongen, and James Loureiro) from F-secure Labs made a final attempt of the first day, and they targeted the Xiaomi Mi9 handset in the Web Browser category, and they gained partial success.
They demonstrate a couple of chained logic bugs which is known to the respective vendor. But the team still receives $20,000 and 2 Master of Pwn points.
End of the first day, 3 teams have been earned $195,000 in total. We keep update you for the upcoming day targets and results. please stay tuned.
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