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=== What is source code review and Static Analysis ===
 
=== What is source code review and Static Analysis ===
 
=== What is Code Review ===
 
=== What is Code Review ===
# Author - Zyad Mghazli
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# Author - Zyad Mghazli, Eoin Keary
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
''' [[CRV2_WhatIsCodeReview|Content here]]'''
 
''' [[CRV2_WhatIsCodeReview|Content here]]'''
  
 
=== Manual Review - Pros and Cons ===
 
=== Manual Review - Pros and Cons ===
# Author - Ashish Rao
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# Author - Zyad Mghazli, Eoin Keary,Gary David Robinson
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
# Suggestion: Benchmark of different Stataic Analysis Tools  Zyad Mghazli
 
# Suggestion: Benchmark of different Stataic Analysis Tools  Zyad Mghazli
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=== We can't hack ourselves secure ===
 
=== We can't hack ourselves secure ===
# Author - Prathamesh Mhatre
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# Author - Eoin Keary
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
# [[CRV2_CantHackSecure|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_CantHackSecure|Put content here]]
  
 
=== 360 Review: Coupling source code review and Testing / Hybrid Reviews===
 
=== 360 Review: Coupling source code review and Testing / Hybrid Reviews===
# Author - Ashish Rao
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# Author - eoin Keary
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
# [[CRV2_360Review|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_360Review|Put content here]]
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=Methodology=
 
=Methodology=
 
===The code review approach===
 
===The code review approach===
#Author -  Prathamesh Mhatre
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#Author -  Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_CodeReviewApproach|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_CodeReviewApproach|Put content here]]
  
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====Application Threat Modeling====
 
====Application Threat Modeling====
#Author - Andy, Renchie Joan
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#Author - Larry Conklin
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/OCRG1.1:Application_Threat_Modeling]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/OCRG1.1:Application_Threat_Modeling]]
 
# [[CRV2_AppThreatModeling|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_AppThreatModeling|Put content here]]
  
 
====Understanding Code layout/Design/Architecture====
 
====Understanding Code layout/Design/Architecture====
#Author - Ashish Rao
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#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_CodeLayoutDesignArch|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_CodeLayoutDesignArch|Put content here]]
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====Understanding Business Logic====
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#[[CRV2_BusinessLogic|Put content here]]
  
 
===SDLC Integration===
 
===SDLC Integration===
#Author - Andy, Ashish Rao
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#Author - Larry Conklin
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Security_Code_Review_in_the_SDLC]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Security_Code_Review_in_the_SDLC]]
 
# [[CRV2_SDLCInt|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SDLCInt|Put content here]]
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====Deployment Models====
 
====Deployment Models====
 
=====Secure deployment configurations=====
 
=====Secure deployment configurations=====
#Author - Ashish Rao
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#Author -  
 
# [[CRV2_SecDepConfig|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SecDepConfig|Put content here]]
  
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
=====Metrics and code review=====
 
=====Metrics and code review=====
#Author - Andy
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#Author -Anthony.Scotka@tea.state.tx.us
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Code_Review_Metrics]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Code_Review_Metrics]]
 
# [[CRV2_MetricsCodeRev|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_MetricsCodeRev|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Source and sink reviews=====
 
=====Source and sink reviews=====
#Author - Ashish Rao
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#Author - Open
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
# [[CRV2_SourceSinkRev|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SourceSinkRev|Put content here]]
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=====A Risk based approach to code review=====
 
=====A Risk based approach to code review=====
#Author - Renchie Joan
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#Author - Gary David Robinson
 
#New Section
 
#New Section
 
*"Doing things right or doing the right things..."
 
*"Doing things right or doing the right things..."
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====Crawling code====
 
====Crawling code====
#Author - Abbas Naderi
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#Author - Open
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Crawling_Code]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Crawling_Code]]
 
*API of Interest:
 
*API of Interest:
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**Spring
 
**Spring
 
**.NET MVC
 
**.NET MVC
**Structs
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**Struts
 
**Zend
 
**Zend
 
#New Section
 
#New Section
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====Code reviews and Compliance====
 
====Code reviews and Compliance====
#Author -Manual Harti
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#Author -Open
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Code_Reviews_and_Compliance]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Code_Reviews_and_Compliance]]
 
# [[CRV2_CodeRevCompliance|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_CodeRevCompliance|Put content here]]
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=Reviewing by Technical Control=
 
=Reviewing by Technical Control=
 
===Reviewing code for Authentication controls===
 
===Reviewing code for Authentication controls===
#Author - Anand Prakash, Joan Renchie
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#Author - Gary Robinson
 
# [[CRV2_AuthControls|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_AuthControls|Put content here]]
  
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#Author Abbas Naderi, Larry Conklin
 
#Author Abbas Naderi, Larry Conklin
 
# [[CRV2_ForgotPassword|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ForgotPassword|Put content here]]
 
====Authentication====
 
#Author - Anand Prakash, Joan Renchie
 
# [[CRV2_Authentication|Put content here]]
 
  
 
====CAPTCHA====
 
====CAPTCHA====
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====Out of Band considerations====
 
====Out of Band considerations====
#Author - Open
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#Author - Gary Robinson
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Authentication]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Authentication]]
 
# [[CRV2_OutofBand|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_OutofBand|Put content here]]
  
 
===Reviewing code Authorization weakness===
 
===Reviewing code Authorization weakness===
#Author Ashish Rao (Eoin Keary .NET MVC added)
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#Author Eoin Keary .NET MVC added
 
# [[CRV2_AuthorizationWeaknesses|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_AuthorizationWeaknesses|Put content here]]
  
 
====Checking authz upon every request====
 
====Checking authz upon every request====
#Author - Abbas Naderi, Joan Renchie
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#Author - Abbas Naderi
 
# [[CRV2_CheckAuthzEachRequest|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_CheckAuthzEachRequest|Put content here]]
  
 
====Reducing the attack surface====
 
====Reducing the attack surface====
#Author Chris Berberich
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#Author Gary Robinson
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Authorization]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Authorization]]
 
# [[CRV2_ReducingAttSurf|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ReducingAttSurf|Put content here]]
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====Reviewing code for Session handling====
 
====Reviewing code for Session handling====
#Author - Palak Gohil, Abbas Naderi
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#Author - Abbas Naderi
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Session-Management]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Session-Management]]
 
# [[CRV2_SessionHandling|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SessionHandling|Put content here]]
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=====HTML 5?=====
 
=====HTML 5?=====
#Author - Sebastien Gioria
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#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_ClientSideCodeHTML5|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ClientSideCodeHTML5|Put content here]]
  
=====Browser Defenses policy=====
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=====Browser Defenses=====
 
#Author - Open
 
#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_ClientSideCodeBrowserDefPol|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ClientSideCodeBrowserDefPol|Put content here]]
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=====Regex Gotchas=====
 
=====Regex Gotchas=====
#Author - Abbas Naderi
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#Author - Open
 
#New Section
 
#New Section
 
# [[CRV2_InputValRegexGotchas|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_InputValRegexGotchas|Put content here]]
  
 
=====ESAPI=====
 
=====ESAPI=====
#Author - Abbas Naderi
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#Author - Open
 
#New Section
 
#New Section
 
# Internal Link: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Input_Validation]]
 
# Internal Link: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Input_Validation]]
 
# [[CRV2_InputValESAPI|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_InputValESAPI|Put content here]]
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=====Microsoft Web Protection Library=====
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#Author - Michael Hidalgo
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#New Section
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# Internal Link: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Codereview-Input_Validation]]
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# [[CRV2_InputValMicrosoftWebProtectionLibrary|Put content here]]
  
 
====Reviewing code for contextual encoding====
 
====Reviewing code for contextual encoding====
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=====Javascript Parameters=====
 
=====Javascript Parameters=====
#Author - Open
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#Author - Eoin Keary
 
# [[CRV2_ContextEncJscriptParams|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ContextEncJscriptParams|Put content here]]
  
 
=====JQuery=====
 
=====JQuery=====
#Author - Abbas Naderi
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#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_ContextEncJQuery|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ContextEncJQuery|Put content here]]
  
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====Resource Exhaustion - error handling====
 
====Resource Exhaustion - error handling====
#Author - Abbas Naderi
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#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_ResourceExhaustionErrHandling|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ResourceExhaustionErrHandling|Put content here]]
  
 
=====native calls=====
 
=====native calls=====
#Author Abbas Naderi
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_ResourceExhaustionNativeCalls|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_ResourceExhaustionNativeCalls|Put content here]]
  
 
====Reviewing Logging code - Detective Security====
 
====Reviewing Logging code - Detective Security====
#Author - Palak Gohil
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#Author - Gary Robinson
 
* Where to Log
 
* Where to Log
 
* What to log
 
* What to log
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====Reviewing Security alerts====
 
====Reviewing Security alerts====
#Author - Open
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#Author - Gary Robinson
 
# [[CRV2_SecurityAlerts|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SecurityAlerts|Put content here]]
  
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====Reviewing Secure Storage====
 
====Reviewing Secure Storage====
#Author - Azzeddine Ramrami
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#Author - Open source
 
# New Section
 
# New Section
 
# [[CRV2_SecureStorage|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SecureStorage|Put content here]]
  
 
====Hashing & Salting - When, How and Where====
 
====Hashing & Salting - When, How and Where====
=====Encrpyption=====
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=====Encryption=====
 
======.NET======
 
======.NET======
 
#Author Larry Conklin, Joan Renchie
 
#Author Larry Conklin, Joan Renchie
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=Reviewing by Vulnerability=
 
=Reviewing by Vulnerability=
 
===Review Code for XSS===
 
===Review Code for XSS===
#Author Palak Gohil, Anand Prakash (Examples added by Eoin Keary)
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#Author Examples added by Eoin Keary
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Reviewing_Code_for_Cross-Site_Scripting]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Reviewing_Code_for_Cross-Site_Scripting]]
 
# In reviewing code for XSS - we can give more patterns on "source to sink" patterns for ASP.NET wrf to difference versions and mechanisms to display data in a page - Ashish Rao
 
# In reviewing code for XSS - we can give more patterns on "source to sink" patterns for ASP.NET wrf to difference versions and mechanisms to display data in a page - Ashish Rao
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===Persistent - The Anti pattern===
 
===Persistent - The Anti pattern===
#Author Abbas Naderi
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#Author  
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternIntro|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternIntro|Put content here]]
  
 
====.NET====
 
====.NET====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan, Larry Conklin
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#Author Johanna Curiel, Eoin Keary
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatterndotNet|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatterndotNet|Put content here]]
  
 
====.Java====
 
====.Java====
#Author Palak Gohil, Johanna Curiel
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
  
 
====PHP====
 
====PHP====
#Author Mohammed Damavandi, Abbas Naderi
+
#Author Abbas Naderi
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
  
 
====Ruby====
 
====Ruby====
#Author Chris Berberich
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternRuby|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodePersistentAntiPatternRuby|Put content here]]
  
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====.NET====
 
====.NET====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
+
#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeReflectedAntiPatterndotNet|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeReflectedAntiPatterndotNet|Put content here]]
  
 
====.Java====
 
====.Java====
#Author Palak Gohil, Johanna Curiel
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeReflectedAntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeReflectedAntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
  
 
====PHP====
 
====PHP====
#Author Mohammed Damavandi, Abbas Naderi
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#Author Abbas Naderi
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeReflectedAntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeReflectedAntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
  
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===Stored - The Anti pattern===
 
===Stored - The Anti pattern===
# Author - Open
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# Author - Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternIntro|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternIntro|Put content here]]
  
 
====.NET====
 
====.NET====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatterndotNET|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatterndotNET|Put content here]]
  
 
====.Java====
 
====.Java====
#Author Palak Gohil, Johanna Curiel
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
  
 
====PHP====
 
====PHP====
#Author Mohammed Damavandi, Abbas Naderi
+
#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
  
 
====Ruby====
 
====Ruby====
#Author - Open
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#Author - Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternRuby|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeStoredAntiPatternRuby|Put content here]]
  
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===JQuery mistakes===
 
===JQuery mistakes===
#Author Shenal Silva
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#Author  
 
# [[CRV2_JQueryMistakes|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_JQueryMistakes|Put content here]]
  
 
===Reviewing code for SQL Injection===
 
===Reviewing code for SQL Injection===
#Author Palak Gohil, Renchie Joan
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#Author Gary Robinson
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Reviewing_Code_for_SQL_Injection]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Reviewing_Code_for_SQL_Injection]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeSQLInjection|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_RevCodeSQLInjection|Put content here]]
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====.NET====
 
====.NET====
#Author - Mennouchi Islam Azeddine
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#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_SQLInjdotNET|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SQLInjdotNET|Put content here]]
  
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https://www.owasp.org/index.php/CRV2_AntiPattern
 
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/CRV2_AntiPattern
 
====PHP====
 
====PHP====
#Author - Mohammad Damavandi, Abbas Naderi
+
#Author -  
 
# [[CRV2_AntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_AntiPatternPHP|Put content here]]
  
 
====Java====
 
====Java====
#Author - Palak Gohil
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#Author -  
 
#=> Searching for traditional SQL,JPA,JPSQL,Criteria,...
 
#=> Searching for traditional SQL,JPA,JPSQL,Criteria,...
 
# [[CRV2_AntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_AntiPatternJava|Put content here]]
  
 
====.NET====
 
====.NET====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan,Larry Conklin
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_AntiPatterndotNet|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_AntiPatterndotNet|Put content here]]
  
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===Reviewing code for CSRF Issues===
 
===Reviewing code for CSRF Issues===
#Author Palak Gohil,Anand Prakash, Abbas Naderi
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#Author Abbas Naderi
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Reviewing_Code_for_Cross-Site_Request_Forgery]]
 
# Previous version to be updated: [[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Reviewing_Code_for_Cross-Site_Request_Forgery]]
# [[CRV2_CSRFIssues|Put content here]]
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# This page needs to be deleted. [[CRV2_CSRFIssues|Put content here]]
  
===Transactional logic / Non idempotent functions / State Changing Functions===
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===(This task has been deleted) Transactional logic / Non idempotent functions / State Changing Functions===
#Author Abbas Naderi
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# [[CRV2_TransLogic|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_TransLogic|Put content here]]
  
 
===Reviewing code for poor logic /Business logic/Complex authorization===
 
===Reviewing code for poor logic /Business logic/Complex authorization===
#Author - Sam Denard
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#Author - Open
 
# [[CRV2_PoorLogic|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_PoorLogic|Put content here]]
  
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====HTTP Headers====
 
====HTTP Headers====
#Author Gregory Disney, Abbas Naderi
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#Author Gary Robinson
 
# [[CRV2_SecCommsHTTPHdrs|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_SecCommsHTTPHdrs|Put content here]]
 
=====CSP=====
 
#Author Gregory Disney
 
# [[CRV2_SecCommsHTTPHdrsCSP|Put content here]]
 
 
=====HSTS=====
 
#Author Abbas Naderi
 
# [[CRV2_SecCommsHTTPHSTS|Put content here]]
 
  
 
===Tech-Stack pitfalls===
 
===Tech-Stack pitfalls===
#Author Gregory Disney
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_TechStackPitfalls|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_TechStackPitfalls|Put content here]]
  
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# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesSpring|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesSpring|Put content here]]
  
====Structs====
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====Struts====
 
#Author - Open
 
#Author - Open
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesStructs|Put content here]]
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# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesStruts|Put content here]]
  
 
====Drupal====
 
====Drupal====
#Author Gregory Disney
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#Author Open
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesDurpal|Put content here]]
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# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesDrupal|Put content here]]
  
 
====Ruby on Rails====
 
====Ruby on Rails====
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====Django====
 
====Django====
#Author Gregory Disney
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesDjango|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesDjango|Put content here]]
  
 
====.NET Security / MVC====
 
====.NET Security / MVC====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel, Eoin Keary
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesdotNetMVC|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesdotNetMVC|Put content here]]
  
 
====Security in ASP.NET applications====
 
====Security in ASP.NET applications====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNet|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNet|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Strongly Named Assemblies=====
 
=====Strongly Named Assemblies=====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan, Larry Conklin
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#Author Johanna Curiel, Larry Conklin
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetStrongAssembiles|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetStrongAssembiles|Put content here]]
  
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======How to prevent Round tripping======
 
======How to prevent Round tripping======
 
# Author - Open
 
# Author - Open
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetRTPrevention|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetRTPrevention|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Setting the right Configurations=====
 
=====Setting the right Configurations=====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetConfigs|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetConfigs|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Authentication Options=====
 
=====Authentication Options=====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetAuth|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetAuth|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Code Review for Managed Code - .Net 1.0 and up=====
 
=====Code Review for Managed Code - .Net 1.0 and up=====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetManagedCode|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetManagedCode|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Using OWASP Top 10 as your guideline=====
 
=====Using OWASP Top 10 as your guideline=====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPTop10|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPTop10|Put content here]]
  
 
=====Code review for Unsafe Code (C#)=====
 
=====Code review for Unsafe Code (C#)=====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Johanna Curiel
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetUnsafeCode|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesASPNetUnsafeCode|Put content here]]
  
 
====PHP Specific Issues====
 
====PHP Specific Issues====
#Author Mohammad Damavandi, Abbas Naderi
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesPHP|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesPHP|Put content here]]
  
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====C#====
 
====C#====
#Author Johanna Curiel, Renchie Joan
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesCsharp|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesCsharp|Put content here]]
  
 
====C/C++====
 
====C/C++====
#Author Gary David Robinson
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesCplusplus|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesCplusplus|Put content here]]
  
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====Java====
 
====Java====
#Author Palak Gohil
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#Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesJava|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesJava|Put content here]]
  
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====CodeIgniter====
 
====CodeIgniter====
  
# Author [[User:Zakiakhmad]]
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# Author Open
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesCodeIgniter|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_FrameworkSpecIssuesCodeIgniter|Put content here]]
  
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# [[CRV2_CodeReviewAgile|Put content here]]
 
# [[CRV2_CodeReviewAgile|Put content here]]
  
=Code Review Tools=
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=Code Review for Backdoors=
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/CRV2_CodeReviewTools
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#Author Yiannis Pavlosoglou
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The review of a piece of source code for backdoors has one excruciating difference to a traditional source code review: The fact that someone with 'commit' or 'write' access to the source code repository has malicious intentions spanning well beyond their current developer remit. Because of this difference, a code review for backdoors is often seen as a very specialised review and can sometimes be considered not a code review per say.  
  
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A traditional code review has the objective of determining if a vulnerability is present within the code, further to this if the vulnerability is exploitable and under what conditions. A code review for backdoors has the objective to determine if a certain portion of the codebase is carrying code that is unnecessary for the logic and implementation of the use cases it serves.
  
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Further to this, the reviewer, looks for the trigger points of that logic. Typical examples include a branch statement going off to a part of assembly or obfuscated code. The reviewer is looking for patterns of abnormality in terms of code segments that would not be expected to be present under normal conditions.
#Terry Nerpester
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#Larry Conklin
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An excellent introduction into how to look for rootkits in the Java programming language can be found [https://www.blackhat.com/presentations/bh-usa-09/WILLIAMS/BHUSA09-Williams-EnterpriseJavaRootkits-PAPER.pdf  here]. In this paper J. Williams covers a variety of backdoor examples including file system access through a web server, as well as time based attacks involving a key aspect of malicious functionality been made available after a certain amount of time. Such examples form the foundation of what any reviewer for back doors should try to automate, regardless of the language in which the review is taking place.
#Gary David Robinson
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#Simon Whittaker
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=Code Review Tools=
#Jason Johnson
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https://www.owasp.org/index.php/CRV2_CodeReviewTools
#Carlos Pantelides
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#Damien Moran
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Latest revision as of 13:48, 28 June 2015

OWASP Code Review Guide v2.0:

Forward

  1. Author - Eoin Keary
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Code Review Guide Introduction

  1. Author - Eoin Keary
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What is source code review and Static Analysis

What is Code Review

  1. Author - Zyad Mghazli, Eoin Keary
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Manual Review - Pros and Cons

  1. Author - Zyad Mghazli, Eoin Keary,Gary David Robinson
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  3. Suggestion: Benchmark of different Stataic Analysis Tools Zyad Mghazli
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Advantages of Code Review to Development Practices

  1. Author - Gary David Robinson
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Why code review

Scope and Objective of secure code review

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We can't hack ourselves secure

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360 Review: Coupling source code review and Testing / Hybrid Reviews

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Can static code analyzers do it all?

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Methodology

The code review approach

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Preparation and context

  1. Author - Gary David Robinson
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Application Threat Modeling

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Understanding Code layout/Design/Architecture

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Understanding Business Logic

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SDLC Integration

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Deployment Models

Secure deployment configurations
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Metrics and code review
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Source and sink reviews
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Code review Coverage
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Design Reviews
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  • Why to review design?
    • Building security in design - secure by design principle
    • Design Areas to be reviewed
    • Common Design Flaws
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A Risk based approach to code review
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  • "Doing things right or doing the right things..."
    • "Not all bugs are equal
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Crawling code

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  • API of Interest:
    • Java
    • .NET
    • PHP
    • RUBY
  • Frameworks:
    • Spring
    • .NET MVC
    • Struts
    • Zend
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  • Searching for code in C/C++
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Code reviews and Compliance

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Reviewing by Technical Control

Reviewing code for Authentication controls

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Forgot password

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CAPTCHA

  1. Author Larry Conklin, Joan Renchie

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Out of Band considerations

  1. Author - Gary Robinson
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Reviewing code Authorization weakness

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Checking authz upon every request

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Reducing the attack surface

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SSL/TLS Implementations

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Reviewing code for Session handling

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Reviewing client side code

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Javascript
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JSON
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Content Security Policy
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"Jacking"/Framing
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HTML 5?
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Browser Defenses
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Review code for input validation

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Regex Gotchas
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ESAPI
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Microsoft Web Protection Library
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Reviewing code for contextual encoding

Overall approach to content encoding and anti XSS

HTML Attribute
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HTML Entity
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Javascript Parameters
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JQuery
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Reviewing file and resource handling code

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Resource Exhaustion - error handling

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native calls
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Reviewing Logging code - Detective Security

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  • Where to Log
  • What to log
  • What not to log
  • How to log
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Reviewing Error handling and Error messages

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Reviewing Security alerts

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Review for active defense

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Reviewing Secure Storage

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Hashing & Salting - When, How and Where

Encryption
.NET
  1. Author Larry Conklin, Joan Renchie
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  • Can we talk about key storage as well i.e. key management for encryption techniques used in the application? - Ashish Rao

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Reviewing by Vulnerability

Review Code for XSS

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  3. In reviewing code for XSS - we can give more patterns on "source to sink" patterns for ASP.NET wrf to difference versions and mechanisms to display data in a page - Ashish Rao
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Persistent - The Anti pattern

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.NET

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.Java

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PHP

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Ruby

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Reflected - The Anti pattern

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.NET

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.Java

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PHP

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Ruby

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Stored - The Anti pattern

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.NET

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.Java

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PHP

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Ruby

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DOM XSS

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JQuery mistakes

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Reviewing code for SQL Injection

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PHP

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Java

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.NET

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HQL

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The Anti pattern

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https://www.owasp.org/index.php/CRV2_AntiPattern

PHP

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Java

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.NET

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Ruby

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Cold Fusion

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Reviewing code for CSRF Issues

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Reviewing code for poor logic /Business logic/Complex authorization

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Reviewing Secure Communications

.NET Config

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Spring Config

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HTTP Headers

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Tech-Stack pitfalls

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Framework specific Issues

Spring

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Struts

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Drupal

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Ruby on Rails

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Django

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.NET Security / MVC

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Security in ASP.NET applications

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Strongly Named Assemblies
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Round Tripping
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How to prevent Round tripping
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Setting the right Configurations
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Authentication Options
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Code Review for Managed Code - .Net 1.0 and up
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Using OWASP Top 10 as your guideline
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Code review for Unsafe Code (C#)
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PHP Specific Issues

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Classic ASP

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C#

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C/C++

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Objective C

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Java

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Android

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Coldfusion

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CodeIgniter

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Security code review for Agile development

  1. Author Carlos Pantelides
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Code Review for Backdoors

  1. Author Yiannis Pavlosoglou

The review of a piece of source code for backdoors has one excruciating difference to a traditional source code review: The fact that someone with 'commit' or 'write' access to the source code repository has malicious intentions spanning well beyond their current developer remit. Because of this difference, a code review for backdoors is often seen as a very specialised review and can sometimes be considered not a code review per say.

A traditional code review has the objective of determining if a vulnerability is present within the code, further to this if the vulnerability is exploitable and under what conditions. A code review for backdoors has the objective to determine if a certain portion of the codebase is carrying code that is unnecessary for the logic and implementation of the use cases it serves.

Further to this, the reviewer, looks for the trigger points of that logic. Typical examples include a branch statement going off to a part of assembly or obfuscated code. The reviewer is looking for patterns of abnormality in terms of code segments that would not be expected to be present under normal conditions.

An excellent introduction into how to look for rootkits in the Java programming language can be found here. In this paper J. Williams covers a variety of backdoor examples including file system access through a web server, as well as time based attacks involving a key aspect of malicious functionality been made available after a certain amount of time. Such examples form the foundation of what any reviewer for back doors should try to automate, regardless of the language in which the review is taking place.

Code Review Tools

https://www.owasp.org/index.php/CRV2_CodeReviewTools