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== OWASP Cheat Sheet Series ==
The OWASP Cheat Sheet Series was created to provide a concise collection of high value information on specific web application security topics. These cheat sheets were created by multiple application security experts and provide excellent security guidance in an easy to read format.
== Licensing ==
The OWASP Proactive Controls document is free to use under the [https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/ Creative Commons ShareAlike 3 License].
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== What is this? ==
The OWASP Proactive Controls
* This document was written by developers for developers, to assist those new to secure development.
== Email List ==
[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-cheat-sheets Project Email List ]
== Project Leader ==
Project Leader:<br/>Jim Manico<br/>
Contributors: <br/>
Michael Coates<br/>
Jeff Williams<br/>
Dave Wichers<br/>
Kevin Wall<br/>
Jeffrey Walton<br/>
Eric Sheridan<br/>
Kevin Kenan<br/>
David Rook<br/>
Fred Donovan<br/>
Abraham Kang<br/>
Dave Ferguson<br/>
Shreeraj Shah<br/>
Raul Siles<br/>
Colin Watson<br/>
.. and many more!
== Related Projects ==
* [[OWASP Proactive Controls]]
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== News and Events ==
* [Mar 7 2014] OWASP Awarded 50 Billion in Funding!
* [Feb 4 2014] New Wiki Template!
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= Master Cheat Sheet =
Ensure all entities go through an appropriate and adequate form of authentication. All the application non-public resource must be protected and shouldn't be bypassed.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Authentication_Cheat_Sheet Authentication Cheat Sheet]
==Session Management==
Use secure session management practices that ensure that users authenticated users have a robust and cryptographically secure association with their session.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Session_Management_Cheat_Sheet Session Management Cheat Sheet]
==Access Control==
Ensure that a user has access only to the resources they are entitled to. Perform access control checks on the server side on every request. All user-controlled parameters should be validated for entitlemens checks. Check if user name or role name is passed through the URL or through hidden variables. Prepare a ACL containing the Role-to-Function mapping and validate if the users are granted access as per the ACL.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Access_Control_Cheat_Sheet Access Control Cheat Sheet]
==Input Validation==
Input validation is performed to minimize malformed data from entering the system. Input Validation is NOT the primary method of preventing XSS, SQL Injection. These are covered in output encoding below.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Input_Validation_Cheat_Sheet Input Validation Cheat Sheet]
==Output Encoding==
Output encoding is the primary method of preventing XSS and injection attacks. Input validation helps minimize the introduction of malformed data, but it is a secondary control.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/XSS_Prevention_Cheat_Sheet XSS (Cross Site Scripting) Prevention Cheat Sheet].
==Cross Domain==
Ensure that adequate controls are present to prevent against Cross-site Request Forgery, Clickjacking and other 3rd Party Malicious scripts.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Cross-Site_Request_Forgery_(CSRF)_Prevention_Cheat_Sheet Cross Site Request Forgery]
==Secure Transmission==
Ensure that all the applications pages are served over cryptographically secure HTTPs protocols. Prohibit the transmission of session cookies over HTTP.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Transport_Layer_Protection_Cheat_Sheet Transport Protection Cheat Sheet]
Ensure that all the security related events are logged. Events include: User log-in (success/fail); view; update; create, delete, file upload/download, attempt to access through URL, URL tampering. Audit logs should be immutable and write only and must be protected from unauthorized access.
For more information, check [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Logging_Cheat_Sheet Logging Cheat Sheet]
Ensure that the size, type, contents and name of the uploaded files are validated. Uploaded files must not be accessible to users by direct browsing. Preferably store all the uploaded files in a different file server/drive on the server. All files must be virus scanned using a regularly updated scanner.
= Roadmap =
* By June 2014 : Bring Access Control, Business Logic and four other draft cheat sheets into release status
* By End of 2014: Do an editorial pass of all cheat-sheets and release a print publication
= About=
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