Web Application Hacking

Broken Access Control Vulnerability
What Is Broken Access Control Vulnerability?   

Broken access control vulnerability is a type of security flaw that allows an unauthorized user access to restricted resources. By exploiting this vulnerability, attackers can circumvent standard security procedures and gain unauthorized access to sensitive information or systems. Broken access control vulnerabilities are often caused by weak authentication and authorization mechanisms, allowing attackers to gain…

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Insecure Direct Object Reference IDOR Vulnerability
Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR) Vulnerability Detection and Prevention 

When it comes to cybersecurity, the playing field is far from even. Numerous application vulnerabilities can leave a backdoor into your IT systems—and attackers often need one such vulnerability to exploit your systems to the fullest potential. Thus, organizations must continually check their web applications for IT security holes that need to be patched. Insecure…

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Cross-Site Request Forgery CSRF Attacks Vulnerabilities and Prevention
Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attacks: Common Vulnerabilities and Prevention Methods

Cross-site request forgery (CSRF), also known as session riding, is a type of cyberattack in which authenticated users of a web application are forced to submit malicious, state-changing requests created by an attacker. CSRF attacks can: Alter the target’s records in an application Submit a transaction Purchase products using the target’s details Change passwords Change…

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