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  1. In previous articles, we got to know the basics of the Stack Based Buffer Overflow and changing the address in the run time by modifying the register value using the debugger. In this article, we will analyze another simple C program which takes the user input and prints the same input data on the screen. In this article, we will not change any values by modifying the value through debugger like we did in the last article, but we will learn how to do it by user input values. Let us have a look at the program. In the program shown in the above screen shot, we have created two functions marked
  2. Affected software: GoAhead Web Server Affected versions: 3.0.0 - 3.4.1 (3.x.x series before 3.4.2) CVE ID: CVE-2014-9707 Description: The server incorrectly normalizes HTTP request URIs that contain path segments that start with a "." but are not entirely equal to "." or ".." (eg. ".x"). By sending a request with a URI that contains these incorrectly handled segments, it is possible for remote attackers to cause a heap overflow with attacker-controlled content or perform a directory traversal attack. Fixed version: 3.4.2 Bug entry: https://github.com/embedthis/goahead/issues/106 Fix: https://g
  3. ########################### #Exploit Title: # Script Cisco Network Academy - Stored XSS vulnerability #Date: 017/03/2015 #Author: kabanni bntdzdz@gmail.com #Product web page: www.cisco.com #Tested on: Windows 8.1 #OSVDB-ID: ########################### 0-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-1 1 ______ 0 0 .-" "-. 1 1 / HaChkerz_Dz \ =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=| 0 0 Algerian HaCker | | > Site : GDGBo
  4. What is OWASP ProActive Controls? In one line, this project can be explained as “Secure Coding Practices by Developers for Developers“. OWASP ProActive Controls is a document prepared for developers who are developing or are new to developing software/application with secure software development. This OWASP project lists 10 controls that can help a developer implement secure coding and better security inside the application while it is being developed. Following these secure application development controls ensures that the key areas of the development cycle have secure coding along with trad
  5. Introduction In this last part of the Website Hacking series, we are going to list 18 common web vulnerabilities and flaws and we are going to briefly provide solutions to them. Some of them are described for the first time in the Website Hacking series and some we have discussed before but in greater depth. 1. Saving all user input If you are using a framework, for example, a PHP framework, you might be tempted to save all user input to your model or database since it has already been validated and escaped. Let us say that you are using CakePHP and have included a registration form using Cake
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