Http Parameter Pollution, a new category of web attacks
by Wisec on May 19, 2009
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On May 14th @ OWASP Appsec Poland 2009, Stefano Di Paola (Minded Security) and Luca Carettoni presented a new attack category called...
On May 14th @ OWASP Appsec Poland 2009, Stefano Di Paola (Minded Security) and Luca Carettoni presented a new attack category called
Http Parameter Pollution (HPP).
HPP attacks can be defined as the possibility to override or add HTTP GET/POST parameters by injecting query string
It affects a building block of all web technologies thus server-side and client-side attacks exist.
Exploiting HPP vulnerabilities, it may be possible to:
* Override existing hardcoded HTTP parameters.
* Modify the application behaviors.
* Access and, potentially exploit, uncontrollable variables.
* Bypass input validation checkpoints and WAFs rules.
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