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==Examples:==
 
==Examples:==
  
*Brute Force: Is the analysis of remote server, checking characters password of the operating system (letters, numbers and symbol's) [[:Brute_force_attack|Brute_force_attack]]
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*Brute Force: Is an exhaustive attack that works by testing every possible value of a value (password, file name, etc.) [[:Brute_force_attack|Brute_force_attack]]
*Cache Poisoning: Is the execution of malicious code in the browser to spy on their contents [[:Cache_Poisoning|Cache_Poisoning]]
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*Cache Poisoning: Is an attack that seeks to introduce false or malicious data into a web cache, normally via HTTP Response Splitting. [[:Cache_Poisoning|Cache_Poisoning]]
*DNS Poisoning: Is the execution of malicious code on the DNS server by redirecting Web pages [[:Often_Misused:_Authentication|Often_Misused:_Authentication]]
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*DNS Poisoning: Is an attack that seeks to introduce false DNS address information into the cache of a DNS server, where it will be served to other users enabling a variety of attacks. (e.g., Phishing)
  
 
Note: many of the items marked vulnerabilities from CLASP and other places are really attacks. Some of the more obvious are:
 
Note: many of the items marked vulnerabilities from CLASP and other places are really attacks. Some of the more obvious are:

Revision as of 00:00, 3 May 2012

This category is for tagging common types of application security attacks.

What is an attack?

Attacks are the techniques that attackers use to exploit the vulnerabilities in applications. Attacks are often confused with vulnerabilities, so please try to be sure that the attack you are describing is something that an attacker would do, rather than a weakness in an application.

All attack articles should follow the Attack template.

Examples:

  • Brute Force: Is an exhaustive attack that works by testing every possible value of a value (password, file name, etc.) Brute_force_attack
  • Cache Poisoning: Is an attack that seeks to introduce false or malicious data into a web cache, normally via HTTP Response Splitting. Cache_Poisoning
  • DNS Poisoning: Is an attack that seeks to introduce false DNS address information into the cache of a DNS server, where it will be served to other users enabling a variety of attacks. (e.g., Phishing)

Note: many of the items marked vulnerabilities from CLASP and other places are really attacks. Some of the more obvious are:

Subcategories

This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.

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Pages in category "Attack"

The following 68 pages are in this category, out of 68 total.

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B

C

C cont.

D

E

F

H

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L

M

O

P

P cont.

R

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T

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