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We’ll conclude with a brief discussion of general countermeasures against common profiling tactics. INFRASTRUCTURE PROFILING Web applications require substantial infrastructure to support—web server hardware/ software, DNS entries, networking equipment, load balancers, and so on. Thus, the first step in any good web security assessment methodology is identification and analysis of the low-level infrastructure upon which the application lies. Footprinting and Scanning: Deﬁning Scope The original Hacking Exposed introduced the concept of footprinting, or using various Internet-based research methods to determine the scope of the target application or organization.
Fiddler automatically configures IE to use its local proxy, but other browsers like Firefox may have to be manually configured to localhost:8888. In order to tamper with requests and responses, you have to enable Fiddler’s “breakpoints” feature, which is accessed using the Automatic Breakpoints entry under the Rules menu. Breakpoints are roughly analogous to Paros’ “trap” and WebScarab’s “intercept” functionality. Breakpoints are disabled by default, and they can be set to occur automatically before each request or after each response.
Input1=foo&input2=bar There are many frameworks for developing tier-2 logic applications like this. Some of the most common include Microsoft’s Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) and the public Common Gateway Interface (CGI) specification. Whatever type of tier-2 logic is implemented, it almost invariably needs to access the data in tier 3. Thus, tier 3 is typically a database of some sort, usually a SQL variant. This creates a whole separate opportunity for attackers to manipulate and extract data from the application, as SQL has its own syntax that is often exposed in inappropriate ways via the presentation and logic layers.
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