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You’ve heard of countless website and database breaches—and you’ve probably asked yourself how the attackers were able to get in. In many cases, minor vulnerabilities can be exploited to extend the attacker’s foothold and eventually compromise the entire server. In this six-part blog series, we will walk you through the process of completely compromising a target server on a recent web application penetration test. It all started with a single input validation flaw in a third-party toolkit and ended with us getting full administrator-level access to the server and database.
Posted by girish.r 1119 days ago (http://blogs.captechventures.com)
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