Is it a security risk to have 'Control + j' functionality enabled in a production instance of PeopleSoft?
The control + j feature within PeopleSoft outputs a list of potentially interesting data for a potential attacker. The feature is generally used to aid in debugging. Here is a the [censored] output ...
Situation is following: I have identified sql injection attack vector, and have following information about target table: It has six columns. (Identified using "order by"). I can see output of 3 of ...
During a security audit, our cliente found that we are sending to the cliente a cookie called 'x-oracle-dms-ecid'. They asked to disable it or change its name. We have been reading all the Oracle ...