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Advanced applications-architecture-threats

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Advanced applications-architecture-threats

  1. 1. Advanced Application Architecture Review and Threats
  2. 2. Technology Trends
  3. 3. Enterprise Technology Trend • 2007. Web services would rocket from $1.6 billion in 2004 to $34 billion. [IDC] • 2008. Web Services or Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) would surge ahead. • 2009-10. Enterprise 2.0 in action and penetrating deeper into the corporate environment • 2011-13. Flex/Cloud/API era. • 2015. Mobile/HTML5 era.
  4. 4. Mobile Infrastructure www mail intranet router DMZ Internet VPN Dial-up Other Offices Exchange firewall Database RAS
  5. 5. Enterprise 2.0/ Mobile HTML / JS / DOM RIA (Flash) Ajax Browser Internet Blog Web 2.0 Start Database Authentication Application Infrastructure Web Services End point Internet Mails News Documents Weather Bank/Trade RSS feeds
  6. 6. Web 2.0 Environment Web Server Static pages only (HTML,HTM, etc.)Web Client Scripted Web Engine Dynamic pages (ASP,DHTML, PHP, CGI, etc.) ASP.NET on .Net Framework, J2EE App Server, Web Services, etc. Application Servers And Integrated Framework Internet DMZ Trusted WW EE BB SS EE RR VV II CC EE SS Mobile Web 2.0 Services SOAP/JSON etc. DB X Internal/Corporate
  7. 7. Stack/Logic - Layers Presentation Layer Business Layer Data Access Layer Authentication Communication etc. Runtime, Platform, Operating System Components Server side Components Client side Components (Browser) • HTML 5 • DOM • XHR • WebSocket • Storage • WebSQL • Flash • Flex • AMF • Silverlight • WCF • XAML • NET • Storage • JS • Android • iPhone/Pad • Other Mobile
  8. 8. HTML5 in nutshell - Specs Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:HTML5-APIs-and-related-technologies-by-Sergey-Mavrody.png Source: http://html5demos.com/ Evolution going on by Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG)
  9. 9. API (Media, Geo etc.) & Messaging Plug-In Browser & Mobile – Arch. HTML5 + CSS Silverlight Flash Browser Native Network Services XHR 1 & 2 WebSocket Plug-in Sockets JavaScript DOM/Events Parser/Threads SOP/CORS Sandbox Presentation Process & Logic Network & Access Core Policies StorageWebSQL Mobile Cache
  10. 10. Ajax Flash / RIA HTML/CSS JavaScript Widget DOM SOAP XML-RPC HTTP/HTTPS JSON XML RSS/ATOM Text JS-Objects Custom SOA/WOA SaaS Web Services Ajax Traditional APIs REST Client Layer Protocol Layer Structure Layer Server Layer Components
  11. 11. Vulnerable State Expected State Exception Handler Decision Integer/ Number Special Characters A-Z Characters Input Potential Exploitation Enterprise level bugs
  12. 12. Types of bugs • Design and Architect layer bug – Hard to fix – Architecture or design layer is having some issues • Validation layer bug – – This layer of bugs are at development layer when an input taken and consumed by application without any sanitizations • Logical layer bug – – Logical coding error – Access level issue or flaw in business logic
  13. 13. Generic Vulnerability numbers Source – Web Application Security Consortium
  14. 14. Enterprise Standards • As such there are no firm standards • Some drivers out there – PCI-DSS – OWASP – CVE/CWE • Industry is following it
  15. 15. CVE/CWE - Errors • Insecure Interaction Between Components – These weaknesses are related to insecure ways in which data is sent and received between separate components, modules, programs, processes, threads, or systems. – CWE-20: Improper Input Validation – CWE-116: Improper Encoding or Escaping of Output – CWE-89: Failure to Preserve SQL Query Structure (aka 'SQL Injection') – CWE-79: Failure to Preserve Web Page Structure (aka 'Cross-site Scripting') – CWE-78: Failure to Preserve OS Command Structure (aka 'OS Command Injection') – CWE-319: Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information – CWE-352: Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) – CWE-362: Race Condition – CWE-209: Error Message Information Leak Source – CWE/CVE - http://cwe.mitre.org/top25/index.html
  16. 16. CVE/CWE - Errors • Risky Resource Management – The weaknesses in this category are related to ways in which software does not properly manage the creation, usage, transfer, or destruction of important system resources. – CWE-119: Failure to Constrain Operations within the Bounds of a Memory Buffer – CWE-642: External Control of Critical State Data – CWE-73: External Control of File Name or Path – CWE-426: Untrusted Search Path – CWE-94: Failure to Control Generation of Code (aka 'Code Injection') – CWE-494: Download of Code Without Integrity Check – CWE-404: Improper Resource Shutdown or Release – CWE-665: Improper Initialization – CWE-682: Incorrect Calculation Source – CWE/CVE - http://cwe.mitre.org/top25/index.html
  17. 17. CVE/CWE - Errors • Porous Defenses – The weaknesses in this category are related to defensive techniques that are often misused, abused, or just plain ignored. – CWE-285: Improper Access Control (Authorization) – CWE-327: Use of a Broken or Risky Cryptographic Algorithm – CWE-259: Hard-Coded Password – CWE-732: Insecure Permission Assignment for Critical Resource – CWE-330: Use of Insufficiently Random Values – CWE-250: Execution with Unnecessary Privileges – CWE-602: Client-Side Enforcement of Server-Side Security Source – CWE/CVE - http://cwe.mitre.org/top25/index.html
  18. 18. Conclusion

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