I'm working through OWASP's "WebGoat" (version 5.4) vulnerable web application, but I'm getting stuck on one of the earliest lessons which is to do with HTTP response splitting. I've looked in all ...
I have a proxy server, it will have a captive portal page. Users will be required to sign in before gaining access to the internet. So far I am aware of IP and/or MAC address based authentication. ...
Is a company website secure against sslstrip if it doesn't use ssl on homepage but ssl everywhere else?
Most ecommerce websites use SSL/TLS when you want to log. But most have homepage using http only. Is it enough to have SSL/TLS on login page and logged page to prevent sslstrip ?