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=Frontispiece == Dedication == Copyright and license == Editors == Authors and Reviewers == Revision History =About The Open Web Application Security Project ==Structure and Licensing ==Participation and Membership ==Projects = Introduction ==Developing Secure Applications ==Improvements in this edition ==How to use this Guide ==Updates and errata ==With thanks =What are web applications? ==Technologies ==First generation – CGI ==Filters ==Scripting ==Web application frameworks – J ==Small to medium scale applications ==Large scale applications ==View ==Controller ==Model ==Conclusion =Policy Frameworks ==Organizational commitment to security ==OWASP’s Place at the Framework table ==Development Methodology ==Coding Standards ==Source Code Control ==Summary =Secure Coding Principles ==Asset Classification ==About attackers ==Core pillars of information security ==Security Architecture ==Security Principles =Threat Risk Modeling ==Threat Risk Modeling ==Performing threat risk modeling using the Microsoft Threat Modeling Process ==Alternative Threat Modeling Systems ==Trike ==AS/NZS ==CVSS ==OCTAVE ==Conclusion ==Further Reading =Handling E-Commerce Payments ==Objectives ==Compliance and Laws ==PCI Compliance ==Handling Credit Cards ==Further Reading =Phishing ==What is phishing? ==User Education ==Make it easy for your users to report scams ==Communicating with customers via e-mail ==Never ask your customers for their secrets ==Fix all your XSS issues ==Do not use pop-ups ==Don’t be framed ==Move your application one link away from your front page ==Enforce local referrers for images and other resources ==Keep the address bar, use SSL, do not use IP addresses ==Don’t be the source of identity theft ==Implement safe-guards within your application ==Monitor unusual account activity ==Get the phishing target servers offline pronto ==Take control of the fraudulent domain name ==Work with law enforcement ==When an attack happens ==Further Reading =Web Services ==Securing Web Services ==Communication security ==Passing credentials ==Ensuring message freshness ==Protecting message integrity ==Protecting message confidentiality ==Access control ==Audit ==Web Services Security Hierarchy ==SOAP ==WS-Security Standard ==WS-Security Building Blocks ==Communication Protection Mechanisms ==Access Control Mechanisms ==Forming Web Service Chains ==Available Implementations ==Problems ==Further Reading =Ajax and Other "Rich" Interface Technologies ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Architecture ==Access control: Authentication and Authorization ==Silent transactional authorization ==Untrusted or absent session data ==State management ==Tamper resistance ==Privacy ==Proxy Façade ==SOAP Injection Attacks ==XMLRPC Injection Attacks ==DOM Injection Attacks ==XML Injection Attacks ==JSON (Javascript Object Notation) Injection Attacks ==Encoding safety ==Auditing ==Error Handling ==Accessibility ==Further Reading =Authentication ==Objective ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Best Practices ==Common web authentication techniques ==Strong Authentication ==Federated Authentication ==Client side authentication controls ==Positive Authentication ==Multiple Key Lookups ==Referer Checks ==Browser remembers passwords ==Default accounts ==Choice of usernames ==Change passwords ==Short passwords ==Weak password controls ==Reversible password encryption ==Automated password resets ==Brute Force ==Remember Me ==Idle Timeouts ==Logout ==Account Expiry ==Self registration ==CAPTCHA ==Further Reading ==Authentication =Authorization ==Objectives ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Best Practices ==Best Practices in Action ==Principle of least privilege ==Centralized authorization routines ==Authorization matrix ==Controlling access to protected resources ==Protecting access to static resources ==Reauthorization for high value activities or after idle out ==Time based authorization ==Be cautious of custom authorization controls ==Never implement client-side authorization tokens ==Further Reading =Session Management ==Objective ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==Best practices ==Exposed Session Variables ==Page and Form Tokens ==Weak Session Cryptographic Algorithms ==Session Token Entropy ==Session Time-out ==Regeneration of Session Tokens ==Session Forging/Brute-Forcing Detection and/or Lockout ==Session Token Capture and Session Hijacking ==Session Tokens on Logout ==Session Validation Attacks ==PHP ==Sessions ==Further Reading ==Session Management =Data Validation ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==Definitions ==Where to include integrity checks ==Where to include validation ==Where to include business rule validation ==Data Validation Strategies ==Prevent parameter tampering ==Hidden fields ==ASP.NET Viewstate ==URL encoding ==HTML encoding ==Encoded strings ==Data Validation and Interpreter Injection ==Delimiter and special characters ==Further Reading =Interpreter Injection ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==User Agent Injection ==HTTP Response Splitting ==SQL Injection ==ORM Injection ==LDAP Injection ==XML Injection ==Code Injection ==Further Reading ==SQL-injection ==Code Injection ==Command injection =Canoncalization, locale and Unicode ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==Unicode

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==Input Formats ==Locale assertion ==Double (or n-) encoding == HTTP Request Smuggling == Further Reading =Error Handling, Auditing and Logging ==Objective ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==Best practices ==Error Handling ==Detailed error messages ==Logging ==Noise ==Cover Tracks ==False Alarms ==Destruction ==Audit Trails ==Further Reading ==Error Handling and Logging =File System ==Objective ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==Best Practices ==Defacement ==Path traversal ==Insecure permissions ==Insecure Indexing ==Unmapped files ==Temporary files ==PHP ==Includes and Remote files ==File upload ==Old, unreferenced files ==Second Order Injection ==Further Reading ==File System =Distributed Computing ==Objective ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Best Practices ==Race conditions ==Distributed synchronization ==Further Reading =Buffer Overflows ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==General Prevention Techniques ==Stack Overflow ==Heap Overflow ==Format String ==Unicode Overflow ==Integer Overflow ==Further reading =Administrative Interface ==Objective ==Environments Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Best practices ==Administrators are not users ==Authentication for high value systems ==Further Reading =Cryptography ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Description ==Cryptographic Functions ==Cryptographic Algorithms ==Algorithm Selection ==Key Storage ==Insecure transmission of secrets ==Reversible Authentication Tokens ==Safe UUID generation ==Summary ==Further Reading ==Cryptography =Configuration ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Best Practices ==Default passwords ==Secure connection strings ==Secure network transmission ==Encrypted data ==PHP Configuration ==Global variables ==register_globals ==Database security ==Further Reading ==ColdFusion Components (CFCs) ==Configuration =Software Quality Assurance ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Best practices ==Process ==Metrics ==Testing Activities =Deployment ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Best Practices ==Release Management ==Secure delivery of code ==Code signing ==Permissions are set to least privilege ==Automated packaging ==Automated deployment ==Automated removal ==No backup or old files ==Unnecessary features are off by default ==Setup log files are clean ==No default accounts ==Easter eggs ==Malicious software ==Further Reading =Maintenance ==Objective ==Platforms Affected ==Relevant COBIT Topics ==Best Practices ==Security Incident Response ==Fix Security Issues Correctly ==Update Notifications ==Regularly check permissions ==Further Reading ==Maintenance =GNU Free Documentation License ==PREAMBLE ==APPLICABILITY AND DEFINITIONS ==VERBATIM COPYING ==COPYING IN QUANTITY ==MODIFICATIONS ==COMBINING DOCUMENTS ==COLLECTIONS OF DOCUMENTS ==AGGREGATION WITH INDEPENDENT WORKS ==TRANSLATION ==TERMINATION ==FUTURE REVISIONS OF THIS LICENSE