Top Ten Web Hacking Techniques (2010)
by Jeremiah Grossman, Chief Technology Officer at WhiteHat Security on Mar 17, 2011
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Many notable and new Web hacking techniques were revealed in 2010. During this presentation, Jeremiah Grossman will describe the technical details of the top hacks from 2010, as well as some of the prevalent security issues emerging in 2011. Attendees will be treated to a step-by-step guided tour of the newest threats targeting today's corporate websites and enterprise users.
The top attacks in 2010 include:
• 'Padding Oracle' Crypto Attack
• Hacking Auto-Complete
• Attacking HTTPS with Cache Injection
• Bypassing CSRF protections with ClickJacking and HTTP Parameter Pollution
• Universal XSS in IE8
• HTTP POST DoS
• Java Applet DNS Rebinding
Mr. Grossman will then briefly identify real-world examples of each of these vulnerabilities in action, outlining how the issue occurs, and what preventative measures can be taken. With that knowledge, he will strategize what defensive solutions will have the most impact.
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