It's not every day you find a CSRF-RCE, where sending an admin to a malicious webpage gives you a shell on their server, but that's what I discovered while exploring the security of the Oculus developer portal. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
Oculus, known best for their Oculus Rift virtual reality headset, was founded in 2012 and quickly grew, raising over $2 million through Kickstarter for their first VR development kit, the DK1. Development continued towards the DK2, and in March 2014 Facebook announced that they would acquire Oculus VR for $2 billion, placing the Oculus websites in scope of the Facebook whitehat bug bounty programme in August 2014. That's when I decided to take a look.