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Can you figure out where I might be writing this post from?UPDATE (06/19/2018): Craig Young's simultaneous and independent research on this vulnerability was disclosed yesterday, just ahead of this post.By following the wrong link, or being served a malicious banner advertisement, you could inadvertently provide an attacker with access to the thermostat that controls the temperature in your home..Many moons ago, browser vendors decided it probably wouldn’t be a good idea for web pages served from one domain to be able to make arbitrary requests to another domain without explicit permission from that second domain.
The implications and impact of an attack like this can have far reaching and devastating effects on devices or services running on a private network.
They inherently trust other machines on the network in the same way that you would inherently trust someone you’ve allowed into your home.
They use protocols like Universal Plug and Play (UPn P) and HTTP to communicate freely between one another but are inherently protected from inbound connections from the Internet by means of their router’s firewall.
He actually created a Po C for the geolocation attack scenario that I described above, but never implemented!
His work, and Brian Kreb's commentary on it are both excellent 👏👏👏.Fast forward five years and it seems that Google has integrated that same mysterious API into all of its Google Home products, and as you can imagine, that undocumented API is fairly well documented by amateurs and hobbyists at this point.