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April 10, 2016

Session Hijacking

Session Hijacking is the exploitation of the web session control mechanism, where the hacker exploits vulnerable connections and steals HTTP cookies to gain unauthorized access to sensitive information/data stored in web servers. This kind of attack, also known as Cookie

Session Fixation

This hacking methodology basically involves the taking over of the victim’s session with the web server after he’s logged in. This is made possible by exploiting limitations in the application’s Session ID (SID) management. While authenticating a user, the vulnerable

Path Traversal

Path Traversal attacks are made possible when access to web content is not properly controlled and the web server is compromised. This is basically an HTTP exploit that gives the hackers unauthorized access to restricted directories. They eventually manipulate the

LDAP Injection

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is an open and vendor-neutral directory service protocol that runs on a layer above the TCP/IP stack. It provides the appropriate mechanism for accessing and modifying data directories, things that are commonly used today while

OS Command Injection

OS Command Injection attacks occur when the hacker attempts to execute system level commands through a vulnerable web application.  These high impact server/application injections help the hacker to bypass administrator privileges and execute malicious OS commands. Just like SQL injections,

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