The Web Application Hacker's Handbook: Finding and Exploiting Security Flaws (Anglais) Broché – 7 octobre 2011
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Présentation de l'éditeur
Web applications are the front door to most organizations, exposing them to attacks that may disclose personal information, execute fraudulent transactions, or compromise ordinary users. This practical book has been completely updated and revised to discuss the latest step–by–step techniques for attacking and defending the range of ever–evolving web applications. You′ll explore the various new technologies employed in web applications that have appeared since the first edition and review the new attack techniques that have been developed, particularly in relation to the client side.
- Reveals how to overcome the new technologies and techniques aimed at defending web applications against attacks that have appeared since the previous edition
- Discusses new remoting frameworks, HTML5, cross–domain integration techniques, UI redress, framebusting, HTTP parameter pollution, hybrid file attacks, and more
- Features a companion web site hosted by the authors that allows readers to try out the attacks described, gives answers to the questions that are posed at the end of each chapter, and provides a summarized methodology and checklist of tasks
Focusing on the areas of web application security where things have changed in recent years, this book is the most current resource on the critical topic of discovering, exploiting, and preventing web application security flaws.
Also available as a set with, CEHv8: Certified Hacker Version 8 Study Guide, Etical Hacking and Web Hacking Set, 9781119072171.
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Web applications are everywhere, and they′re insecure. Banks, retailers, and others have deployed millions of applications that are full of holes, allowing attackers to steal personal data, carry out fraud, and compromise other systems. This book shows you how they do it.
This fully updated edition contains the very latest attack techniques and countermeasures, showing you how to break into today′s complex and highly functional applications. Roll up your sleeves and dig in.
Discover how cloud architectures and social networking have added exploitable attack surfaces to applications
Leverage the latest HTML features to deliver powerful cross–site scripting attacks
Deliver new injection exploits, including XML external entity and HTTP parameter pollution attacks
Learn how to break encrypted session tokens and other sensitive data found in cloud services
Discover how technologies like HTML5, REST, CSS and JSON can be exploited to attack applications and compromise users
Learn new techniques for automating attacksand dealing with CAPTCHAs and cross–site request forgery tokens
Steal sensitive data across domains using seemingly harmless application functions and new browser features
Find help and resources at http://mdsec.net/wahh
Source code for some of the scripts in the book
Links to tools and other resources
A checklist of tasks involved in most attacks
Answers to the questions posed in each chapter
Hundreds of interactive vulnerability labs
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Since you're a new-learner for some advanced stuff, you need to do it on the lab. First, you pay 35$ (yes there is minimum credit requirement for 5 credits for your first order(!)) but for example when you're stuck in an example and can't finish your experiment, you kind of waste your very expensive credits. The feeling that you are missing something is bad because you know you can't afford (7$ per hour, really!) till all things are clear!
Also there isn't any 'pause your session' option for your lab sessions. If you start, you must finish it! This is ridiculous...
I want to be optimistic about labs; yeah, there are fees for servers and bandwidth, but I think, if their plan is teaching good rather than making more money, they could provide all the ASP.NET source codes and problem solutions for the labs on their site, but it isn't.
As a result; give it a chance, it has some great content in it but this lab things will make you nervous.
Step 1. Locate all instances within the application where hidden form fields, cookies, and URL parameters are apparently being used to transmit data via the client.
Step 2. Attempt to determine or guess the role that the item plays in the a application's logic, based on the context in which it appears and on clues such as the parameter's name.
Step 3. Modify the item's value in ways that are .... and so on.
Ok. So I THINK I found what I was looking for but I'm not 100% sure. How do I find the answers to make sure. ??????
So the BIGGEST problem for me with each of these "hack steps" is that there isn't an answer key. They should have something like "You should have found <answer here> on this page by performing these steps. Maybe something on the lab site to show you or pictures or something. Nothing is found for this for their labs. Showing an automated slide of them performing it would of helped.
So once you hit chapter 4 you better buckle up because like another reviewer said it gets C.I.P.U. (clear if previously understood) real quick. Great book for intermediate-advanced people with webapp/security experience. I certainly wouldn't recommend it for beginners. I am still going through it but I thought the labs were really discouraging. The material is great and very relevant though. I think the labs could of done a lot better in my opinion.
The middle of the book gets much more specific showing "Hack Steps" for different components like the client side, sessions, databases, and authentication.
For readers interested in the testing the techniques there is a website offered by the book but it costs $7 an hour to play around on the site. This fee is for keeping the website running apparently, but I thought it would make more sense to have a monthly fee. I did not subscribe to this site myself though because I was more interested in getting a broad overview of website security.
The book is showing its 2011 publication date in some places. For example, IE and Firefox are said to be the dominant browsers while Chrome is a minor player. Additionally, Flash and Silverlight are spoken of as being components of many websites. One issue was I was not really sure where techniques might be outdated and others are still relevant.
I would definitely be interested in a 3rd edition for this book. The authors presented a solid foundation for learning about website security.
Then I finished it, and I understood some of the criticisms. It starts to feel like it's repeating itself after a while, and the product placement for Burp start to become a bit more annoying.
Still, the rest of the book is chock full of great, detailed information. If you're like me and had a basic understanding of how SQL injection worked, but wanted to get a deeper look, this book is perfect. If you chopped off the last 200 pages you would have a book that was STILL worth well over $25. It's hard for me to give it less than 5 stars when my major complaint is that it gives too much information.
Bottom line: if you're a beginner or intermediate to web application security and you're wondering whether you should buy this, just do it. You won't be disappointed.
Joking aside though, there is no other reference for web hacking as thorough or complete as WAHH.
With WAHH2 the authors added a significant amount content and rehashed existing chapters that were already deeply technical. The bonus in WAHH2 is its associated labs. Dafydd and Marcus have been giving a live WAHH training for years and have now moved the stellar CTF like challenges to the cloud. You can buy credits ($7 for 1hr) and move right along as you read the book (MDSec.net). When I say the labs are stellar, I mean it. The labs come almost straight from the class and start trivial and then get crazy. The injection labs were by far my favorite, housing 30-40 different injection types/variants each between XSS/SQLi. The CTF in the class (which i'll mention again is where the MDSec.com labs are based from) gets ridiculous toward the end. Even seasoned web testers fall around questions 14-16. But i digress...
WAHH2 is now the defacto buy for any pentest/QA/Audit team. Its usage will surpass any other book on your bookshelf if you are doing practical testing.
5 stars, i'd give it 10 if I could.
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