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©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane PHP Code Auditing Session 7 Sessions and Cookies Justin C. Klein Keane email@example.com
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane PHP Session Session used to track data across page requests Used to end run stateless nature of the web Sessions tracked by an id ID is stored server site based on php.ini specs ID is stored client side as a cookie or URL parameter
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Starting a Session Initializing a session: <?php session_start()...
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Session Variables Preserved Session variable values are saved on the server and tied to each session id Session variables are preserved across page requests Information like user account data, shopping carts, etc. is typically stored in session
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Using Session Variables $_SESSION is a superglobal variable http://us3.php.net/manual/en/language.variables.superglobals.php Variables in the $_SESSION array set and called in the same way as other superglobals <?php $_SESSION['user_id'] = $user_id; echo $_SESSION['user_id'];....
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Session Collision Sessions should be named per application PHPSESSID is shared across a domain, so applications can share sessions This can lead to single sign or OR This can lead to unauthenticated access Example...
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Naming a Session <?php session_name('myapp'); session_start(); Ensures a unique session
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Terminating a Session Tearing down a session <?php session_destroy().... Unset any sensitive variables <?php unset($var);
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Dangers of Session Session ID's allow the holder to “adopt” the session Be wary of restricting session to IP Proxy and other problems Using multiple cookie values can add “uniqueness” to sessions
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Session Leaking Session ids are stored on the filesystem Session ids in URLs can be leaked through referer data Session ids in URLs can also get copied and pasted, and end up in log files Session ids are also found in cookies
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Cookies Cookies are nothing more than small text files Cookies can be set by any site if the browser accepts them
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Setting Cookies <?php setcookie($name, $value, $expire, $path, $domain, $secure, $httponly); ?> Note that expiry is actually controlled by the browser, which may or may not actually stop using the cookie at the set time There is no native server side tracking of cookie expiry
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Cookie Location Domain and path determine requests for which the cookie will be submitted Cookies set to an HTTP domain will not be sent to an HTTPS domain, and vice versa
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Cookie Security Setting a cookie to secure indicates that the cookie will only be sent via HTTPS This means the cookie will only be submitted with HTTPS requests Be careful – you can set a cookie like this over HTTP!
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Accessing Cookies Can be accessed via multiple superglobals: <?php echo $_COOKIE['foo']; printr($_SERVER['HTTP_COOKIE']);...
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Sessions and Cookies Session cookies can be configured in php.ini Some relevant settings include: session.cookie_secure session.cookie_httponly session.referer_check
©2009 Justin C. Klein Keane Session Security Session fixation Flaw in application logic that allows a users session id to be set Especially dangerous when session id's in GET Attacker can set cookies for another domain Session predictability
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