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4.8.2 XML content-level Testing (100%)<br>
 
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4.8.3 HTTP GET parameters/REST Testing (100%)<br>
 
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4.8.4 Naughty SOAP attachments (95%)<br>
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'''4.9 AJAX Testing'''    (70%, Dan Cornell, Giorgio Fedon, Stefano Di Paola)<br>
 
'''4.9 AJAX Testing'''    (70%, Dan Cornell, Giorgio Fedon, Stefano Di Paola)<br>

Revision as of 01:19, 20 November 2006

Updated 19th Nov, 17.00 GMT+1

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[OWASP Testing Guide AoC]

[Review Panel]


Frontispiece

1.1 About The Open Web Application Security Project (100%)
1.1.1 Overview (100%)
1.1.2 Structure (100%)
1.1.3 Licensing (100%)
1.1.4 Participation and Membership (100%)
1.1.5 Projects (100%)
1.1.6 OWASP Privacy Policy (100%)
1.2 About the OWASP Testing Guide Project
1.1 Copyright (100%)
1.2 Editors (0%, Review)
1.3 Authors and Reviewers (0%, Review)
1.4 Revision History(0%, Review)
1.5 Trademarks(100%)

Introduction

2.1 The OWASP Testing Project (100%)
2.2 Principles of Testing (100%)
2.3 Testing Techniques Explained (100%)

The OWASP Testing Framework

3.1. Overview (100%)
3.2. Phase 1 — Before Development Begins (100%)
3.3. Phase 2: During Definition and Design(100%)
3.4. Phase 3: During Development(100%)
3.5. Phase 4: During Deployment(100%)
3.6. Phase 5: Maintenance and Operations(100%)
3.7. A Typical SDLC Testing Workflow (100%)

Web Application Penetration Testing

4.1 Introduction and objectives (100%, Matteo Meucci)

4.2 Information Gathering (100%, Carlo Pelliccioni)
4.2.1 Testing Web Application Fingerprint (Antonio Parata)
4.2.2 Application Discovery (100%, Mauro Bregolin)
4.2.3 Spidering and googling (80%, Tom Brennan, Tom Ryan)
4.2.4 Analysis of error codes (100%, Carlo Pelliccioni)
4.2.5 Infrastructure configuration management testing (80%, Review)
4.2.5.1 SSL/TLS Testing (100%,Mauro Bregolin)
4.2.5.2 DB Listener Testing (60%, Eoin Keary, Matteo Meucci)
4.2.6 Application configuration management testing (90%)
4.2.6.1 File extensions handling (80%,Mauro Bregolin)
4.2.6.2 Old, backup and unreferenced files (80%,Mauro Bregolin)

4.3 Business logic testing (100%,Madhura Halasgikar)

4.4 Authentication Testing (100%, Intro Meucci)
4.4.1 Default or guessable (dictionary) user account (100%)
4.4.2 Brute Force (100%,Giorgio Fedon, Andrea Lombardini)
4.4.3 Bypassing authentication schema (100%,Giorgio Fedon, Andrea Lombardini)
4.4.4 Directory traversal/file include (100%, Luca Carettoni)
4.4.5 Vulnerable remember password and pwd reset (100%, Ralph M. Los,Alberto Revelli)
4.4.6 Logout and Browser Cache Management Testing (100%,Alberto Revelli)

4.5 Session Management Testing (100% intro,Glyn Geoghegan, Meucci)
4.5.1 Analysis of the Session Management Schema (100%, Meucci)
4.5.2 Cookie and Session token Manipulation (100%,Alberto Revelli, Matteo Meucci)
4.5.3 Exposed session variables (100%,Meucci)
4.5.4 Session Riding (XSRF) (100%, Mauro Bregolin,Review)
4.5.5 HTTP Exploit (0%, Arian J.Evans)

4.6 Data Validation Testing (Intro 95% Meucci)
4.6.1 Cross site scripting (80%, Tom Brennan, Tom Ryan)
4.6.1.1 HTTP Methods and XST (100%, Alberto Revelli)
4.6.2 SQL Injection (100%, Antonio Parata)
4.6.2.1 Stored procedure injection (40%,Gary Burns)
4.6.2.2 Oracle testing (0%,TD)
4.6.2.3 MySQL testing (100%, Stefano Di Paola)
4.6.2.4 SQL Server testing (95%,Ariel Waissbein)
4.6.3 LDAP Injection (95%,Stefano Di Paola)
4.6.4 ORM Injection (0%,Mark Roxberry)
4.6.5 XML Injection (100%,Antonio Parata, Stefano Di Paola)
4.6.6 SSI Injection (100%,Claudio Merloni, Review)
4.6.7 XPath Injection (90%, Antonio Parata, Alberto Revelli, Stefano Di Paola)
4.6.8 IMAP/SMTP Injection (100%, Vicente Aguilera)
4.6.9 Code Injection (70%, Mark Roxberry)
4.6.10 OS Commanding (70%, Gary Burns)
4.6.11 Buffer overflow Testing (100%)
4.6.11.1 Heap overflow (100%)
4.6.11.2 Stack overflow (100%)
4.6.11.3 Format string (100%)
4.6.12 Incubated vulnerability testing (95%,Ariel Waissbein, Laura Nuñez)
4.7 Denial of Service Testing (100%)
4.7.1 Locking Customer Accounts 100% Review
4.7.2 Buffer Overflows (100%)
4.7.3 User Specified Object Allocation (100%)
4.7.4 User Input as a Loop Counter (100%)
4.7.5 Writing User Provided Data to Disk (100%)
4.7.6 Failure to Release Resources (100%)
4.7.7 Storing too Much Data in Session (100%)

4.8 Web Services Testing (100%,Eoin Keary, Mark Roxberry)
4.8.1 XML Structural Testing (100%)
4.8.2 XML content-level Testing (100%)
4.8.3 HTTP GET parameters/REST Testing (100%)
4.8.4 Naughty SOAP attachments (100%)
4.8.5 Replay Testing (100%)

4.9 AJAX Testing (70%, Dan Cornell, Giorgio Fedon, Stefano Di Paola)
4.9.1 Vulnerabilities (60%, Anush Shetty)
4.9.2 How to test (60%)

Writing Reports: value the real risk

5.1 How to value the real risk (80%, Daniel Cuthbert, Matteo Meucci, Sebastien Deleersnyder, Marco Morana)
5.2 How to write the report of the testing (20%, Daniel Cuthbert, Tom Brennan, Tom Ryan) TD

Appendix A: Testing Tools

(90%)

  • Black Box Testing Tools
  • Source Code Analyzers
  • Other Tools

Appendix B: Suggested Reading

(70%)

  • Whitepapers
  • Books
  • Articles
  • Useful Websites

Appendix C: Fuzz Vectors

(70%)



OWASP Testing Guide v2

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