Full OWASP Penetration Test Links. From Start To Finish, Exploits Included

All the links you’ll need from the OWASP methodology penetration test.

4.1 Introduction and Objectives

A security test is a method of evaluating the security of a computer system or network by methodically validating and verifying the effectiveness of application security controls. A web application security test focuses only on evaluating the security of a web application. The process involves an active analysis of the application for any weaknesses, technical flaws, or vulnerabilities. Any security issues that are found will be presented to the system owner, together with an assessment of the impact, a proposal for mitigation or a technical solution.

4.2 Information Gathering

4.2.1 Conduct Search Engine Discovery and Reconnaissance for Information Leakage (OTG-INFO-001)

4.2.2 Fingerprint Web Server (OTG-INFO-002)

4.2.3 Review Webserver Metafiles for Information Leakage (OTG-INFO-003)

4.2.4 Enumerate Applications on Webserver (OTG-INFO-004)

4.2.5 Review Webpage Comments and Metadata for Information Leakage (OTG-INFO-005)

4.2.6 Identify application entry points (OTG-INFO-006)

4.2.7 Map execution paths through application (OTG-INFO-007)

4.2.8 Fingerprint Web Application Framework (OTG-INFO-008)

4.2.9 Fingerprint Web Application (OTG-INFO-009)

4.2.10 Map Application Architecture (OTG-INFO-010)

4.3 Configuration and Deployment Management Testing

4.3.1 Test Network/Infrastructure Configuration (OTG-CONFIG-001)

4.3.2 Test Application Platform Configuration (OTG-CONFIG-002)

4.3.3 Test File Extensions Handling for Sensitive Information (OTG-CONFIG-003)

4.3.4 Review Old, Backup and Unreferenced Files for Sensitive Information (OTG-CONFIG-004)

4.3.5 Enumerate Infrastructure and Application Admin Interfaces (OTG-CONFIG-005)

4.3.6 Test HTTP Methods (OTG-CONFIG-006)

4.3.7 Test HTTP Strict Transport Security (OTG-CONFIG-007)

4.3.8 Test RIA cross domain policy (OTG-CONFIG-008)

4.4 Identity Management Testing

4.4.1 Test Role Definitions (OTG-IDENT-001)

4.4.2 Test User Registration Process (OTG-IDENT-002)

4.4.3 Test Account Provisioning Process (OTG-IDENT-003)

4.4.4 Testing for Account Enumeration and Guessable User Account (OTG-IDENT-004)

4.4.5 Testing for Weak or unenforced username policy (OTG-IDENT-005)

4.5 Authentication Testing

4.5.1 Testing for Credentials Transported over an Encrypted Channel (OTG-AUTHN-001)

4.5.2 Testing for default credentials (OTG-AUTHN-002)

4.5.3 Testing for Weak lock out mechanism (OTG-AUTHN-003)

4.5.4 Testing for bypassing authentication schema (OTG-AUTHN-004)

4.5.5 Test remember password functionality (OTG-AUTHN-005)

4.5.6 Testing for Browser cache weakness (OTG-AUTHN-006)

4.5.7 Testing for Weak password policy (OTG-AUTHN-007)

4.5.8 Testing for Weak security question/answer (OTG-AUTHN-008)

4.5.9 Testing for weak password change or reset functionalities (OTG-AUTHN-009)

4.5.10 Testing for Weaker authentication in alternative channel (OTG-AUTHN-010)

4.6 Authorization Testing

4.6.1 Testing Directory traversal/file include (OTG-AUTHZ-001)

4.6.2 Testing for bypassing authorization schema (OTG-AUTHZ-002)

4.6.3 Testing for Privilege Escalation (OTG-AUTHZ-003)

4.6.4 Testing for Insecure Direct Object References (OTG-AUTHZ-004)

4.7 Session Management Testing

4.7.1 Testing for Bypassing Session Management Schema (OTG-SESS-001)

4.7.2 Testing for Cookies attributes (OTG-SESS-002)

4.7.3 Testing for Session Fixation (OTG-SESS-003)

4.7.4 Testing for Exposed Session Variables (OTG-SESS-004)

4.7.5 Testing for Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF) (OTG-SESS-005)

4.7.6 Testing for logout functionality (OTG-SESS-006)

4.7.7 Test Session Timeout (OTG-SESS-007)

4.7.8 Testing for Session puzzling (OTG-SESS-008)

4.8 Input Validation Testing

4.8.1 Testing for Reflected Cross Site Scripting (OTG-INPVAL-001) 

4.8.2 Testing for Stored Cross Site Scripting (OTG-INPVAL-002) 

4.8.3 Testing for HTTP Verb Tampering (OTG-INPVAL-003)

4.8.4 Testing for HTTP Parameter pollution (OTG-INPVAL-004)

4.8.5 SQL Injection (OTG-INPVAL-005)

4.8.5.1 Oracle Testing
4.8.5.2 MySQL Testing 
4.8.5.3 SQL Server Testing 
4.8.5.4 Testing PostgreSQL
4.8.5.5 MS Access Testing
4.8.5.6 Testing for NoSQL injection

4.8.6 LDAP Injection (OTG-INPVAL-006)

4.8.7 ORM Injection (OTG-INPVAL-007)
4.8.8 XML Injection (OTG-INPVAL-008)

4.8.9 SSI Injection (OTG-INPVAL-009)

4.8.10 XPath Injection (OTG-INPVAL-010)

4.8.11 IMAP/SMTP Injection (OTG-INPVAL-011)

4.8.12 Code Injection (OTG-INPVAL-012)

4.8.13 OS Commanding (OTG-INPVAL-013)

4.8.14 Buffer overflow (OTG-INPVAL-014)

4.8.14.1 Heap overflow 
4.8.14.2 Stack overflow 
4.8.14.3 Format string 

4.8.15 Incubated vulnerability (OTG-INPVAL-015)

4.8.16 Testing for HTTP Splitting/Smuggling (OTG-INPVAL-016)

4.9 Error Handling

4.10 Cryptography

4.11 Business Logic Testing

4.12.1 Test business logic data validation (OTG-BUSLOGIC-001)

4.12.2 Test Ability to forge requests (OTG-BUSLOGIC-002)

4.12.3 Test Integrity Checks (OTG-BUSLOGIC-003)

4.12.4 Test for Process Timing (OTG-BUSLOGIC-004)

4.12.5 Test Number of Times a Function Can be Used Limits (OTG-BUSLOGIC-005)

4.12.6 Testing for the Circumvention of Work Flows (OTG-BUSLOGIC-006)

4.12.7 Test Defenses Against Application Mis-use (OTG-BUSLOGIC-007)

4.12.8 Test Upload of Unexpected File Types (OTG-BUSLOGIC-008)

4.12.9 Test Upload of Malicious Files (OTG-BUSLOGIC-009)

4.12 Client Side Testing

4.12.1 Testing for DOM based Cross Site Scripting (OTG-CLIENT-001)

4.12.2 Testing for JavaScript Execution (OTG-CLIENT-002)

4.12.3 Testing for HTML Injection (OTG-CLIENT-003)

4.12.4 Testing for Client Side URL Redirect (OTG-CLIENT-004)

4.12.5 Testing for CSS Injection (OTG-CLIENT-005)

4.12.6 Testing for Client Side Resource Manipulation (OTG-CLIENT-006)

4.12.7 Test Cross Origin Resource Sharing (OTG-CLIENT-007)

4.12.8 Testing for Cross Site Flashing (OTG-CLIENT-008)

4.12.9 Testing for Clickjacking (OTG-CLIENT-009)

4.12.10 Testing WebSockets (OTG-CLIENT-010)

4.12.11 Test Web Messaging (OTG-CLIENT-011)

4.12.12 Test Local Storage (OTG-CLIENT-012)

All the best in your testing. And just for extra measure, here’s some exploits you can use for your tests: https://github.com/fuzzdb-project/fuzzdb/tree/master/attack

QuBits 2017-05-23

 

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