A security researcher who specializes in browser and Web 2.0 vulnerabilities plans to use the month of July to expose serious vulnerabilities in the Twitter ecosystem.
The Month of Twitter Bugs, a project which launches on July 1, is the handiwork of Aviv Raff. It will disclose a combination of cross-site scripting (XSS) and cross-site request forgery (CSRF) flaws that put Twitter users at risk of malicious hacker attacks.
Each day I will publish a new vulnerability in a 3rd party Twitter service on the twitpwn.com web site. As those vulnerabilities can be exploited to create a Twitter worm, I’m going to give the 3rd party service provider and Twitter at-least 24 hours heads-up before I publish the vulnerability.