[WEB SECURITY] PoC - ajax worm

Jason Muskat, GCFA, GCUX, de VE3TSJ Jason at TechDude.Ca
Mon Dec 4 15:31:18 EST 2006


Hello,

The popular video blogs and ³spaces² sites seem to be the breading ground
for this; oddly, search engines are seemly untouched.


Regards,

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Jason Muskat  | GCFA, GCUX - de VE3TSJ
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From: Anurag Agarwal <anurag.agarwal at yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2006 11:43:44 -0800 (PST)
To: WASC Forum <websecurity at webappsec.org>,
<security-basics at securityfocus.com>, <webappsec at securityfocus.com>, Intense
CEH <intense_ethical_hackers at yahoogroups.com>, Owasp Ajax
<owasp-ajax at lists.owasp.org>
Subject: [WEB SECURITY] PoC - ajax worm

I have released a small website called www.attacklabs.com
<http://www.attacklabs.com>  where i am trying to demonstrate PoC of various
web application attacks. Currently there are only two PoC but i will keep
adding more to it. I also invite volunteers who would like to add their
existing or upcoming PoC on this website.
 
Also, the detailed explanation of PoC of ajax worm which i demonstrated on
WASC earlier is available on my blog http://myappsecurity.blogspot.com
 
Cheers,

 

Anurag Agarwal

Web: www.attacklabs.com <http://www.attacklabs.com/>

Email : anurag.agarwal at yahoo.com

Blog : http://myappsecurity.blogspot.com
<http://myappsecurity.blogspot.com/>

 



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