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Revision as of 16:06, 15 October 2006

Please refer to OWASP_Testing_Guide_v2_Table_of_Contents for updated information about the progress status of each article.

Web Application Penetration Testing

4.1 Introduction and objectives
4.2 Information Gathering
4.2.1 Spidering and googling
4.2.2 Analisys of error code
4.2.3 Infrastructure configuration management testing
4.2.3.1 SSL/TLS Testing
4.2.3.2 DB Listener Testing
4.2.4 Application configuration management testing
4.2.4.1 File extensions handling
4.2.4.1 Old, backup and unreferenced files

4.3 Business logic testing

4.4 Authentication Testing
4.4.1 Default or guessable (dictionary) user account
4.4.2 Brute Force
4.4.3 Bypassing authentication schema
4.4.4 Directory traversal/file include
4.4.5 Vulnerable remember password and pwd reset
4.4.6 Logout and account expiry

4.5 Session Management Testing
4.5.1 Cookie and Session token Manipulation(reg, forg/brute force)
4.5.2 Weak session tokens
4.5.3 Session Riding
4.5.4 Exposed session variables
4.5.5 HTTP Exploit

4.6 Data Validation Testing
4.6.1 Cross site scripting
4.6.1.1 HTTP Methods and XST
4.6.2 SQL Injection
4.6.2.1 Stored procedure injection
4.6.2.2 Oracle testing
4.6.2.3 MySQL testing
4.6.2.4 SQL Server testing
4.6.3 ORM Injection
4.6.4 LDAP Injection
4.6.5 XML Injection
4.6.6 SSI Injection
4.6.7 XPath Injection
4.6.8 IMAP/SMTP Injection
4.6.9 Code Injection
4.6.10 OS Commanding
4.6.11 Buffer overflow Testing
4.6.11.1 Heap overflow
4.6.11.2 Stack overflow
4.6.11.3 Format string
4.6.12 Incubated vulnerability testing

4.7 Denial of Service Testing
4.7.1 Locking Customer Accounts
4.7.2 Buffer Overflows
4.7.3 User Specified Object Allocation
4.7.4 User Input as a Loop Counter
4.7.5 Writing User Provided Data to Disk
4.7.6 Failure to Release Resources
4.7.7 Storing too Much Data in Session

4.8 Infrastructure and configuration Testing
4.8.1 Infrastructure configuration management testing
4.8.2 Application configuration management testing
4.8.3 Old, backup and unreferenced files
4.8.4 File extensions handling
4.8.5 Analisys of error code
4.8.6 SSL/TLS Testing: support of weak ciphers and cert validity
4.8.7 Testing defense from Automatic attacks (maybe a duplicate)

4.9 Web Services Testing
4.9.1 XML Structural Testing
4.9.2 XML content-level Testing
4.9.3 HTTP GET parameters/REST Testing
4.9.4 Naughty SOAP attachments
4.9.5 Brute Force Testing

4.10 AJAX Testing
4.10.1 Vulnerabilities
4.10.2 How to test


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