Ipe & Awọn ẹri
Iṣeto & Owo
- Ṣeto ipamọ ọrọ igbaniloju insecure
- Idanwo fun awọn ewu ni ipo 'ranti mi'
- Ṣe oye data ti ko lewu ati sanitiiti
- Afọju afọju Afọju
- Ṣeto awọn iṣẹ imudarasi titẹ sii
- Mọ XSS ki o si ṣe iyipada
- Tun-ijẹrisi ṣaaju ki awọn iṣẹ bọtini
- Igbeyewo fun agbara ijẹrisi aiṣedede
- Igi ikore nipasẹ abẹrẹ.
- Automate attacks with Havij
Akokọ Akoko Iye: Ọjọ 3
- About the course and Author Tim Pierson
- Why I developed Hacking and Hardening your Corporate Website/WebApp: A developer Perspective
- Introducing the vulnerable website
- Using very Expensive Pen testing tools high priced tools like Firefox/Firebug or Chrome’s developer tools (Comes with Chrome).
- Introducing a few Free Add-ons to Chrome and Firefox, Did I mention they were Free?
- Monitoring and composing requests using a common proxy like Fiddler, Paros or Burp Suite.
- Modifying requests and responses in Fiddler to change what goes out and what comes in before Browser Renders it.
- Browser simply reads code from the top to the bottom. No idea what is good, bad, malicious or otherwise.
- Surfing the Web is like giving every website you go to a shell on your box!
2. Cryptography Decrypted
- Encryption – A Definition
- Encryption Algorithm
- Ifiro Idapamọ
- Idapamọ Asymmetric
- Crack Time
- Password Policies and why they simply don’t work!
- Don’t use a Pass Word Every Again! Use a Pass Phrase Instead!
- Hash Collisions
- Common Hash Algorithms
- Digital Signatures – Proving who we say we are.
- Digital Certificate Levels – It comes down to Cost!
- Working with SSL Certificates.
- We Trust what we Know – True Story.
- IPSec – Will this solve it all?
- Àkọsílẹ Key amayederun
- HeartBleed – What’s all the Hype? Should we care?
- Laptop and Portable Encryption: TrueCrypt – BYOB is here or is Coming!
3. Account Management – The Key to it all?
- Understanding How Important password strength and attack vectors are
- My Favorite Slide in the World
- Passing the Monkey Wrench Technique!
- Limiting characters in passwords
- Providing (Emailing credentials) on account creation
- Account enumeration
- Denial of service via password reset
- Correctly securing the reset processes
- Wall of Shame – Plain Text Offenders
- How to spot a Secure Web Site – Everyone should try this on their Family.
- Establishing insecure password storage
- Testing for risks in the ‘remember me’ feature
- Re-authenticating before key actions
- Testing for authentication brute force
4. Parameter Diddling
- Identifying untrusted data in HTTP request parameters
- Capturing requests and using easy tools to manipulating parameters
- Manipulating application logic via parameters
- Testing for missing server side validation, if you don’t do it, it’s like having the fat kid watch the pie!
- Understanding model binding
- Executing a mass assignment attack
- HTTP verb tampering – What’s a Verb? Post, Get etc. Are they interchangeable you’d be surprised?
- Fuzz testing – Spraying that App like a fireman’s sprays a fire with his fire hose, then see if it Hiccups!
5. Transport Layer Protection – Safety During the Commute
- The three objectives of transport layer protection
- Understanding a man in the middle attack, and we all fall victim to it every day!
- Protecting sensitive data in transit, and at Rest.
- The risk of sending cookies over insecure connections
- How loading login forms over HTTP is risky
- What’s the Solution? Http Everywhere? What about the overhead?
- Exploiting mixed-mode content
- The HSTS header
6. Cross Site Scripting (XSS) – Truth Is I just do what I am told
- Understanding untrusted data and sanitization
- Establishing input sanitization practices – Keep it Clean going in
- Understanding XSS and output encoding
- Identifying the use of output encoding – and coming back out!
- 3 types of XSS, Reflected, Stored and DOM
- Delivering a payload via reflected XSS
- Testing for the risk of persistent XSSv
- The X-XSS-Protection header
7. Cookies – Not Just for Hansel and Gretel
- Cookies 101 – Everything you wanted to know but were afraid to Ask!
- Session Management – HTTP is like an Alzheimer’s Patient – Like the Movie, 50 First Dates™ !
- Understanding Http Only cookies, what are they and why we should use them?
- Understanding secure cookies. No not putting Grandmas Cookies in a locked Cookie Jar!
- Disabling Cookies – Do we really need them?
- Restricting cookie access by path – Now there’s an Idea!
- Reducing risk with cookie expiration – Keep it short!
- Using session cookies to further reduce risk
8. Internal Implementation Disclosure – What’s going on inside the Beast
- How an attacker builds a website risk profile, Make sure you don’t fit that profile.
- Server response header disclosure – Tell it like it is, or is that not what you intended?
- Locating at-risk websites – Making Sure Yours is not one of them
- HTTP fingerprinting of servers – Determining what your WebApp WebSite is running
- Disclosure via robots.txt – Tell the World Where not to Look!
- The risks in HTML source – What your HTML is telling Everyone, whether you know it or not!
- Internal error message leakage – Error messages that say Way Too Much!
- Lack of access controls on diagnostic data – First things Hackers Try is to Put the sight in Debug Mode
9. SQL Injection – SQL Injection- What’s a Command, What’s Data?
- Understanding SQL injection
- Testing for injection risks – “Using Very High Priced Expensive tools like Chrome and FireFox!”
- Discovering database structure via injection
- Harvesting data via injection. Simply print out the Entire Schema under the right conditions.
- Automating attacks with Havij
- Blind SQL injection – How the Blind Man can still find Holes
- Secure app patterns
10. Cross Site Attacks – Same Origin Policy. Everyone Else Breaks it why shouldn’t we?
- Understanding cross site attacks – Leveraging the Authority of an approved User
- Testing for a cross site request forgery risk
- The role of anti-forgery tokens – A few Things that will help
- Testing cross site request forgery against APIs
- Mounting a clickjacking attack – What are you clicking on anyway?
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