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gnucitizen.org/projects /ghdb", "visibleUrl": "www.gnucitizen.org", "cachel Jrl": "
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|Cross Site Scripting Exploits and Defense Seth Fogie, Jeremiah Grossman, |
Robert Hansen, Anton Rager, Petko D. Petkov. I www.apache.org/ I Www.php.net
/ I wWwwampservercom/en/ I The latest AttackAPI from GNUCITIZEN I ...
|Next, download the AttackAPI package from GNUCITIZEN and extract its context |
somewhere in your Web server root folder; for example, if you are using WAMP,
you can put the files inside C:\Wamp\www\attackapi. Make sure that you are ...
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|His latest project, GNUCITIZEN (gnucitizen.org), is one of the leading web |
application security resources on-line where part of his work is disclosed for the
benefit of the public. Petko defines himself as a cool hunter in the security circles.
|28. http://sandiego.toorcon.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view &id=|
16&Itemid=9. 29. www.gnucitizen.org/blog/hacking-video-surveillance-networks.
30. www.gnucitizen.org/projects/total-surveillance-made-easy-with-voip -phones.
|Scanner (web based applications) Cookie Poisoning, Parameter Tampering |
Websecurify Vulnerability Windows, Mac Identification of Commercial /
GNUCITIZEN/ Detector OS, Linux and web vulnerability Free Websecurify others
as well as ...
|The GNUCITIZEN page (http://www.gnucitizen.org) also contains interesting and |
Chapter 6, good background information relating to XSS attacks can be found at
Bernhard Hämmerli, Robin Sommer - 2007 - Preview
-port-scanner/ 22. XUL Planet. nsicontentpolicy. API Reference (11/02/07) (2006)
webpage http://www. xpcomref/ifaces/nsIContentPolicy.html 23. Mozilla Project.
|In September 2007, a security researcher demonstrated that the filter list for a |
Gmail account could be surreptitiously changed by an attacker (www.gnucitizen.
org/blog/google-gmail-e-mail-hijack-technique/). All the victim had to do was be ...