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Can anyone help me determine if this is something I should be concerned about? Someone is trying to exploit a vulnerability on your server. References to cmd.exe, System.Net.WebClient and %SystemRoot% indicates this exploit is intended to a Windows server. It shows your server returning HTTP 404, with 2111 bytes on the response (those last 2 values on your ...


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If this GET request is coming from your browser then you may be subject of a man in the browser attack or some malicious javascript has been attached to your browser that will try to exploit everything that finds valuable in this case your application. By looking at the request I am assuming that is trying to exploit some vulnerability and trying to open ...


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Let's see what are the usages of Splitting attacks. But first thing to remember is that the final target is not the attacker, but HTTP agents between the attacker and the backend having the splitting issue. And one other detail, all this works using HTTP Pipelining (where you can send several requests without waiting for individual responses). One of the ...


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