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Hacking attempts:in.js

A client of mine keeps getting hacked by seemingly SQL injection where a script tag containing a link to an "in.js" file is added. Sometimes from a domain called sportserve.co.uk, other times from ...
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61 views

Base Programming for vulnerabilities

Hello, I am a beginner looking for some information. My question is the following: In order to understand certain security concepts is it essential that I understand the underlying languages? For ...
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What hacking risks a site has if it has no input boxes?

I recently posted a question about recovery of website from XSS attacks, http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20759081/how-to-recover-a-site-after-an-xss-attack... Doing a bit more digging online, i ...
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Open Source tool for analysing javascript for security vulnerabilities [closed]

I am completely new to this field and am a college student. I am looking for a static code analysis tool that scans the source code of a web app ( NOT the URL) for security vulnerabilities. So far i ...
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Is there an open source runtime enforcement tool?

I have been looking for open source runtime enforcement tools that I can use my own policies to prevent input validation vulnerabilities, in web applications. The web applications that I want to ...
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1answer
91 views

Ethical approach about corporate website and vulnerabilities [closed]

I like web security and i have academic formation about that. Just for fun I found a website (insurance company) with critical vulnerabilities like xss or sql injection. Now, I obviously will alert ...
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Is + as an alternative to %20 an attack vector?

I was reading a Q&A on enabling + characters in URLs for Sitecore CMS, and the answer states: ASPNET application does not allow using “+” from the security point of view e.g. preventing SQL or ...
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241 views

XSS MySQL Database Accessible?

I'd like to know if there is any danger of someone being able to access the database via XSS vulnerabilities on this page. I have the following link. When you go to this link, the text I've enclosed ...
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2answers
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What vulnerabilities in the OWASP Top 10 are relevant to WordPress?

I have been looking at the OWASP Top 10, and am wondering which of the top 10 security risks are relevant to a WordPress installation with various plugins installed? I know injections and XSS are ...
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263 views

Can anybody recommend any gems for checking security vulnerabilities?

I want to check one of my RoR projects for security vulnerabilities. So can anybody recommend any gems for my needs?
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Interpolique: transparently preventing SQL Injection and XSS with base64 encoding, what happened?

For the keynote at The Next HOPE a couple of years ago, Dan Kaminsky unveiled Interpolique (the talk is really fun btw). The problem he raised was how to defend against injection attacks, including ...
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How much security should I use for my web application?

My question is, for a "normal" site, what do you think is enough to secure against methods used by "script kiddies"? For example, SQL injection, XSS, and stuff like that. Same question for password ...
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Presentation on Web App Security (ACM Student Chapter)

I am a member of the local ACM student chapter in my university and as part of our activities I am scheduled to give a talk on current issues on Web Application Security (and possibly secure coding ...
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Is this enough to tackle script / malicious code insertion in GET, POST requests?

I've got legacy PHP code which attempts to prevent script / SQL injection with the following: if (!empty($_POST)) { reset($_POST); while (list($k,$v)=each($_POST)) { ...