Re: xml over https
From: Barnett E. Kurtz (barnett_at_entrodata.net)
Date: Sat, 5 Feb 2005 07:57:11 -0500 To: Mads Rasmussen <email@example.com>
Here are some references from MS to get you started:
"Stop SQL Injection Attacks Before They Stop You"
"Validating User Input"
"Cross-Site Scripting and SQL Code Injection"
"MS03-016: HTTP Receiver Buffer Overflow and DTA SQL Injection
Vulnerabilities in Microsoft BizTalk Server 2002"
"Patterns and Practices - Chapter 2 – Threats and Countermeasures"
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>Date: Fri, 04 Feb 2005 09:33:29 -0300
>From: Mads Rasmussen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: xml over https
>Actually it turned out to be way much simpler than I thought,
>application sends text files between server and client,
formatted in XML.
>Some of the fields are encrypted with 3des but the key was
>I managed to write a tiny program to decrypt the xml fields
>own dll without specifying the key ;-)
>The application communicates through https with a portal
>sql injection. I haven't been able to find a login that suits
but I have
>mapped almost the whole DB using different queries.
>If anyone know a nice guide to sql injection for SQL server
(MS) I would