Hunting Security Bugs
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- Published 8/30/2006
- 1st Edition
- 592 pages
- Book 978-0-7356-2187-9
Learn how to think like an attacker—and identify potential security issues in your software. In this essential guide, security testing experts offer practical, hands-on guidance and code samples to help you find, classify, and assess security bugs before your software is released.
Discover how to:
- Identify high-risk entry points and create test cases
- Test clients and servers for malicious request/response bugs
- Use black box and white box approaches to help reveal security vulnerabilities
- Uncover spoofing issues, including identity and user interface spoofing
- Detect bugs that can take advantage of your program’s logic, such as SQL injection
- Test for XML, SOAP, and Web services vulnerabilities
- Recognize information disclosure and weak permissions issues
- Identify where attackers can directly manipulate memory
- Test with alternate data representations to uncover canonicalization issues
- Expose COM and ActiveX repurposing attacks
PLUS—Get code samples and debugging tools on the Web
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