It is possible to put a custom login page up for the Serv-U login screen. When this happens, the page is most likely not displaying the version number. One way that may help identify the version is to visit the Mobile login page at /Web Client/Mobile/MLogin.htm. Why is this important? When performing external security scans with tools like Nessus, it may report that the version of Serv-U is incorrect. Finding the version number is important in identifying potential false positives. … [Read more...] about How Can I Find The Version of Serv-U FTP on Custom Branded Login?
Thinking about starting a bug bounty? Do this first.
Application security has become an important topic within our organizations. We have come to understand that the data that we deem sensitive and critical to our business is made available through these applications. With breaches happening all the time, it is critical to take reasonable steps to help protect that data by ensuring that our applications are implementing strong controls. Over the years, testing has been the main avenue for "implementing" security into applications. We have seen a … [Read more...] about Thinking about starting a bug bounty? Do this first.
Installing BeEF on ubuntu 18.04
While working on a VM for a class, I had the opportunity to install BeEF for the students. This was the first VM I have built using Ubuntu 18.04, so I expected there to be a few hiccups along the way. The good news is that the process was pretty straight forward and simple. Here are the steps to getting this up and running on Ubuntu 18.04. https://youtu.be/hD_JRo7YPcg I started off by creating a new virtual machine using Ubuntu 18.04. I won't go through the steps of creating a new virtual … [Read more...] about Installing BeEF on ubuntu 18.04
Choosing Application Security Tools
There are lots of security tools available, so how do you know which one to pick? If your security team is not including the application teams in the decision, you run a big risk of failure. The security team does get the ability to form relationships with vendors. We see them at conferences. We know people that work there. Because our focus is on security, we know the tools that exist in our space and we have an idea of which ones may be better than others. Of course, this is often due to … [Read more...] about Choosing Application Security Tools
Burp Extension – Juice Shop Routes
When it comes to testing for security within our web applications, we often look to creating simple tools to help speed things up. They also help provide a consistent way to help identify known patterns. For those that haven't been following, I have been doing a few posts about getting the OWASP Juice Shop application up and running. In this post, I want to introduce a simple burp extension I created to help with a few of the challenges presented in the OWASP Juice … [Read more...] about Burp Extension – Juice Shop Routes
OWASP 2017 Changes
When I talk to people about application security, the most recognized topics is the OWASP Top 10. If you haven't heard of the top 10, or need a refresher, you can get the full list at: https://www.owasp.org/images/7/72/OWASP_Top_10-2017_%28en%29.pdf.pdf The OWASP Top 10 is on a three year update cycle. We had the list in 2010, 2013 and now the latest is 2017. You may be wondering why it is 2017 rather than 2016. I think that is a question a lot of people had. In any case, the list made it out … [Read more...] about OWASP 2017 Changes