Is IIS and ASP vulnerable to the same Host Header Attacks we have seen on Apache and Nginx? Specifically the attacks that use the HTTP Host Header to reset a password or implement web-cache poisoning. ...
When I'm visiting a website on the public internet, the website can cause my browser to send requests to a local IP address (such as 10.0.0.1). This can be used to attack internal web sites, e.g., ...
I knew that XSS attacks (“non-persistent” and “persistent”) can hijack user session, deface websites, conduct phishing attack, etc. However, I can't understand what is dangerous of DOM Based XSS if ...
This question may be a bit too broad and open ended, however I'm hoping to get some good advice on this. With the advent of BeEF and more and more of the computers in networks being infected just by ...
I remember reading about an attack where the "location bar" in a user's browser displays a valid URL (e.g. https://www.paypal.com/), but the traffic is really being directed to or intercepted by an ...
As it is known, older versions of MSIE (before 8) have a nasty habit of treating images as HTML if they "look like" HTML, which can lead to nasty vulnerabilities for sites that allow people to upload ...
Just a few days ago I had my first encounter with Firesheep. Luckily I was the one using it. Well, it scared me into looking for ways to secure myself. So I have two questions: In exactly what ...