HackNotes(tm) Web Security Pocket Reference by Mike Shema

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Maintain this at a low number to minimize session replay attacks. AuthBasic False Only true if Basic authentication is to be used, but discouraged. Basic Authentication sends the username and password in clear text (Base 64 encoded). Applications should use MD5 Authentication instead to be compatible with all browsers. AuthMD5 False Only true if MD5 authentication is necessary. Sends the digest form of the user’s password, but it would still be possible to brute-force crack the password if the digest is captured.

Bitmask = 0x00000040 LogExtFileServerPort False True. Bitmask = 0x00008000 LogExtFileSiteName False True. Bitmask = 0x00000010 LogExtFileTime -1 True. Bitmask = 0x00000002 LogExtFileTimeTaken False True. Bitmask = 0x00004000 LogExtFileUriQuery False True. Bitmask = 0x00000200 LogExtFileUriStem -1 Bitmask = 0x00000100 LogExtFileUserAgent False True. Bitmask = 0x00010000 LogExtFileUserName False True. Bitmask = 0x00000008 LogExtFileWin32 Status False True. Bitmask = 0x00000800 LogExtFileFlags 1414 (0x00000586) 1560575 (0x17CFFF) This value sets all of the above flags to the recommended setting.

In most cases, this should not work; however, you might run into an embedded device or legacy server that supports a very weak encryption scheme. If the server supports the selected encryption strength, then you will see the certificate information. exe) does not support a proper echo. txt | nc –vv website 80 You can also use the Cygwin utility on Windows platforms to obtain a Unix-like echo. nes plug-in will perform the SSL strength check for you and report all of the server’s supported algorithms.

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