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comment Crossdomain.xml vulnerabilities
@Shritam Bhowmick you need to add an @ symbol in front of the username of the person that you want to receive the message.
Aug
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comment Crossdomain.xml vulnerabilities
Yes ideally. And if you modify your post to talk about the SOP for flash and not the JS SOP, I'll give you a +1
Aug
21
comment Crossdomain.xml vulnerabilities
The OP didn't ask about CORS, this response seems out of left field. The part about CSRF tokens is spot on, but an XMLHTTPRequest isn't going to be affected by the OP's crossdomain.xml file and it can't be used to test or exploit the OP's vuln.
Aug
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comment Crossdomain.xml vulnerabilities
The OP is asking about a crossdomain.xml file, which is different from the CORS standard. CORS is a set of HTTP headers for access control: developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTTP/Access_control_CORS . The big difference is that CORS is newer and has more features than the old crossdomain.xml files, also CORS is for JavaScript, and crossdomain.xml is flash and silverlight.
Aug
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comment Crossdomain.xml vulnerabilities
@Michal Koczwara Without a shadow of a doubt. 100% textbook issue right here, all sources will confirm that the SOP has been intentionally disabled. It really doesn't get clearer than this.
Aug
19
answered Crossdomain.xml vulnerabilities
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accepted Should we start using SHA-3?
Aug
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comment Do ISP Detect and Block Pen Testing Tools?
Consider changing the title.
Aug
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comment Oracle Sql Injection Reverse Shell
Shells outside of the MS-SQL world often require some form of creativity. Perhaps you should do your own research, and explore the database before asking such questions.
Aug
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comment Can this text be figured out?
Asymmetric or symmetric?
Aug
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comment Brute force attack
Consider renaming your post to "Common Security Vulnerability"
Jul
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comment OAuth access token vs session key
CSRF is not a method of authentication, it is an attack. Consdier reading the OWASP top 10, espically the parts on session managment: (owasp.org/index.php/Session_Management_Cheat_Sheet).
Jul
28
comment How can I defend against malicious GET requests?
What attack are you worried about here? Could you provide more details, I just see a routing table. I think most attackers are more interested in code exec and info disclosure than DoS.
Jul
27
comment Can client-side hashing improve after-the-fact security in response to password leaks?
@Veedrac Google may not use this method for HTTP authentication because the security gain is only in edge cases, and it is fairly complex to do correctly. Zero password proofs are useful, but two-factor authentication protects against a much broader category of attacks. Google Authenticator is a cool service.
Jul
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answered Can client-side hashing improve after-the-fact security in response to password leaks?
Jul
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comment Using .apk files to reverse_tcp and exploit on android?
I have no idea what you are asking. Consider reading about common mobile vulenrablites: owasp.org/index.php/Projects/…