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== AppSensor Overview ==
If you walk into a bank and try opening random doors, you will be identified, led out of the building and possibly arrested. However, if you log into an online banking application and start looking for vulnerabilities no one will say anything. This needs to change!
As critical applications continue to become more accessible and inter-connected, it is paramount that critical information is sufficiently protected. We must also realize that our defenses may not be perfect. Given enough time, attackers can identify security flaws in the design or implementation of an application.
In addition to implementing layers of defense within an application, we must identify malicious individuals before they are able to identify any gaps in our defenses. The best place to identify malicious activity against the application is within the application itself. Network based intrusion detection systems are not appropriate to handle the custom and intricate workings of an enterprise application and are ill-suited to detect attacks focusing on application logic such as authentication, access control, etc. This project will create the framework which can be used to build a robust system of attack detection, analysis, and response within an enterprise application
== Is this hard?==
No, simple checks are used to detect malicious activity. A security exception is then thrown and the AppSensor/ESAPI framework takes care of the rest.
== Get AppSensor ==
Download the AppSensor book for free at [http://www.lulu.com/product/download/owasp-appsensor/4520005  lulu.com]
Order a printed version for under $10 [http://www.lulu.com/content/5984542 lulu.com]
AppSensor-Tutorial [http://code.google.com/p/appsensor/source/browse/trunk/AppSensor-Tutorial/ Now Available]!
AppSensor Presented at AppSecUSA
==== Project Roadmap  ====
'''September, 2010''' - Presented at AppSecUSA [http://www.slideshare.net/michael_coates/real-time-application-defenses-the-reality-of-appsensor-esapi-5181743 slides]
'''July, 2010''' - ESAPI Integration Complete!
'''June, 2010''' - Active ESAPI Integration Underway
'''November, 2009''' [http://www.owasp.org/images/0/06/Defend_Yourself-Integrating_Real_Time_Defenses_into_Online_Applications-Michael_Coates.pdf OWASP DC, November 2009]
'''Current:''' v1.2 in the works, demo application in development
'''May, 2009''' - AppSec EU Poland - Presentation ([http://www.owasp.org/images/b/b7/AppsecEU09_MichaelCoates.pptx PPT]) ([http://blip.tv/file/2198771 Video])
'''January, 2009''' - v1.1 Released - Beta Status
'''November, 2008''' - AppSensor Talk at OWASP Portugal
'''November, 2008''' - v1.0 Released - Beta Status
'''April 16, 2008''' - Project Begins
==== Detection Points  ====
Below are the primary detection points defined within AppSensor. These are just the titles; the document contains descriptions, examples and considerations for implementing these detection points.
Full info found '''[http://www.owasp.org/index.php/AppSensor_DetectionPoints Here] '''
RE - Request
AE - Authentication
SE - Session
ACE - Acess Control
IE - Input
EE - Encoding
CIE - Command Injection
FIO - File IO
HT - Honey Trap
UT - User Trend
STE - System Trend
RP - Reputation
'''Signature Based Events'''
ID Event
RE1 Unexpected HTTP Command
RE2 Attempt to Invoke Unsupported HTTP Method
RE3 GET When Expecting POST
RE4 POST When Expecting GET
RE5 Additional/Duplicated Data in Request
RE6 Data Missing from Request
AE1 Use Of Multiple Usernames
AE2 Multiple Failed Passwords
AE3 High Rate of Login Attempts
AE4 Unexpected Quantity of Characters in Username
AE5 Unexpected Quantity of Characters in Password
AE6 Unexpected Type of Character in Username
AE7 Unexpected Type of Character in Password
AE8 Providing Only the Username
AE9 Providing Only the Password
AE10 Adding POST Variable
AE11 Missing POST Variable
AE12 Utilization of Common Usernames
SE1 Modifying Existing Cookie
SE2 Adding New Cookie
SE3 Deleting Existing Cookie
SE4 Substituting Another User's Valid Session ID or Cookie
SE5 Source IP Address Changes During Session
SE6 Change Of User Agent Mid Session
ACE1 Modifying URL Argument Within a GET for Direct Object Access Attempt
ACE2 Modifying Parameter Within a POST for Direct Object Access Attempt
ACE3 Force Browsing Attempt
ACE4 Evading Presentation Access Control Through Custom POST
IE1 Cross Site Scripting Attempt
IE2 Violation of Implemented White Lists
IE3 Violation Of Implemented Black Lists
IE4 Violation of Input Data Integrity
IE5 Violation of Stored Business Data Integrity
IE6 Violation of Security Log Integrity
EE1 Double Encoded Character
EE2 Unexpected Encoding Used
CIE1 Blacklist Inspection for Common SQL Injection Values
CIE2 Detect Abnormal Quantity of Returned Records
CIE3 Null Byte Character in File Request
CIE4 Carriage Return or Line Feed Character In File Request
FIO1 Detect Large Individual File
FIO2 Detect Large Number of File Uploads
HT1 Alteration to Honey Trap Data
HT2 Honey Trap Resource Requested
HT3 Honey Trap Data Used
'''Behavior Based Events'''<br>
UT1 Irregular Use of Application
UT2 Speed of Application Use
UT3 Frequency of Site Use
UT4 Frequency of Feature Use
STE1 High Number of Logouts Across The Site
STE2 High Number of Logins Across The Site
STE3 High Number of Same Transaction Across The Site
RP1 Suspicious or Disallowed User IP Address
RP2 Suspicious External User Behavior
RP3 Suspicious Client-Side Behavior
RP4 Change to Environment Threat Level
==== Media  ====
July, 2010 - OWASP London (UK) - [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/File:Owasp-london-20100715-appsensor-3.pdf Real Time Application Attack Detection and Response with OWASP AppSensor]
June, 2010 - OWASP Leeds/North (UK) - OWASP AppSensor - The Self-Aware Web Application
June, 2010 - Video presentation - [http://michael-coates.blogspot.com/2010/06/online-presentation-thursday-automated.html Automated Application Defenses to Thwart Advanced Attackers]
November, 2009 -  AppSec DC - [http://www.owasp.org/images/0/06/Defend_Yourself-Integrating_Real_Time_Defenses_into_Online_Applications-Michael_Coates.pdf Defend Yourself: Integrating Real Time Defenses into Online Applications]
May, 2009 - [http://www.owasp.org/download/jmanico/owasp_podcast_51.mp3 OWASP Podcast #51 ]
May, 2009 - AppSec EU Poland - [https://www.owasp.org/images/b/b7/AppsecEU09_MichaelCoates.pptx Real Time Defenses against Application Worms and Malicious Attackers]
November, 2008 - [https://www.owasp.org/images/7/77/Presentation_AppSensor.ppt OWASP Summit Portugal 2008 PPT]
'''Video Demos of AppSensor'''
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ItfuwvLxRk Detecting Multiple Attacks & Logging Out Attacker]
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CekUMk_VRV8 Detecting XSS Probes]
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LfD4y67qdWE Detecting URL Tampering]
[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1D6nTlmYjhY Detecting Verb Tampering]
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