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By Sandeep Bhatkar, R. Sekar (auth.), Diego Zamboni (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the fifth foreign convention on Detection of Intrusions and Malware, and Vulnerability overview, DIMVA 2008, held in Paris, France in July 2008.

The thirteen revised complete papers awarded including one prolonged summary have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty two submissions. The papers are equipped in topical sections on assault prevention, malware detection and prevention, assault options and vulnerability overview, and intrusion detection and task correlation.

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Unfortunately, the group creation process is vulnerable to XSS attacks. , <, >, JSPWiki responds with an error message which embeds the malformed group name verbatim, thus making way for XSS exploits. Tomcat HTML Manager (CVE-2007-2450, CVE-2007-3386). For deploying new web applications, Tomcat has a built-in application called Manager that accepts a WAR (Web Archive) file name from the user. war extension. com This exploit circumvents an input restriction (quotes disallowed), by partially encoding the exploit - alert(’xss’) as alert('xss').

The web application may output content that did not depend on user input in any fashion, and a browser identifies the script content in this XSS-GUARD: Precise Dynamic Prevention of Cross-Site Scripting Attacks 27 output. This is the scenario depicted as script S1 in Fig. 1. Since this behavior (script execution) was intended by the application, the browser can be allowed to execute S1 . 2. Unauthorized scripts. The web application may write user input (or content derived from it) in its output.

We tested our current implementation against 56 exploits from XSS cheatsheet that were based on quirks specific to non-Firefox browsers; XSS-G UARD defended 35 out of these 56 exploits. However, to uniformly identify scripts across the browser families a “universal” parser is required. – To build a browser independent URI scheme identification, the custom content sink could unify identification of schemes implemented in different browsers. , . – If the quirk is based on the tokenization process specific to a browser family, universal parser could handle it by incorporating necessary changes in it’s tokenization process.

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