On the War Path! - Basic Application Recon

On the War Path! – Basic Application Recon

Some of the earlier tasks I work through when assessing a web application revolve around enumerating the available attack surface my target has to offer. There are a few easy ways to quickly find paths offered by an application. robots.txt The first of these would be examining…

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PortSwigger - Burp Suite

Burp Suite Tips – Volume 2

So on to the second leg of this journey. You can find the first installment of my Burp Suite Tips series at the following link. Burp Suite Tips – Volume 1 Viewing Target and Repeater Using Tabs I much prefer viewing the Target and Repeater tabs using…

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PortSwigger - Burp Suite

Burp Suite Tips – Volume 1

I’ve been meaning to compile a bunch of Burp Suite tips for a while now. Stuff I’ve learned from others and things I’ve picked up along the way. This is the first installment of such helpful tips. I’ll be looking to pump out at least three posts…

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Hunting Sensitive Web Files

Hunting Sensitive Web Files

Something I like to do when testing a web application is to look for sensitive files that have been placed in web-exposed directories. Application administrators sometimes leave files in places they shouldn’t that contain information which may help advance your attack chain. Source code, configuration files, and…

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