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Hey all, first post here! I am working on a payload that, when connected to an unlocked Android device, will open the Gmail, attach a number of files, and then send the email. I am having issues with opening the "attach files" menu (the paperclip icon) because I cannot seem to see a way to get the keyboard to tab over to it. Here is what I have so far, tested on a Pixel XL, latest version, with a HP USB Keyboard. Windows + G > Opens Gmail CTRL + N > Create new email firstname.lastname@example.org > Enter in the desired destination email. ENTER > Confirms the email address you entered TAB TAB > Moves cursor to Subject Line > Add an email subject. TAB > Moves cursor to body. Text. > Add text to body. Magic happens? This is where I cannot click the paperclip icon, but if I do it on the touch screen, I can finish it out with the keyboard... SHIFT + DOWN ARROW > Selects file(s). SHIFT + ENTER > Attaches files. CTRL + ENTER > Send the email. Any help or thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Cheers!
Is there any possible ways of doing MITM attacks that would take usernames and passwords. When I try to use Xerosploit, PytheM, or even bettercap. None of these methods work on websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Paypal, Gmail, etc. Is there any new methods that is the latest that is working right now?
I would like to share this one recent bug i found in gmail. It allows sending a list of about 200 email addresses and validates them if they exist in the google DB or not. This validator script is used by gmail while registering new users (ajax request is sent which shows whether entered email is available or not while user is filling up fields). Its simple XSS. Anyone can send a request containing multiple usernames and gmail replies with answer for every single of them whether it exists or not. Here is my oroginal post and description: http://vincian.blogspot.in/ http://vincian.tx0.org/links/gmail_email_validation.html Just thought of sharing it with hak5 :-)