[Owasp-singapore] (no subject)

Christian Heinrich christian.heinrich at owasp.org
Tue Sep 1 01:59:56 EDT 2009


Internal Web Apps would be exploited by internal staff then :)

Their robustness would depend on if they were developed in house or
purchased from a vendor who has multiple deployments of the same web app
(based on say LAMP infrastructure for example).

2009/9/1 spawn of soul calibur <ruel555 at hotmail.com>

>  Hi Guys,
> A novice-question again.
> What are the ways to exploit internal web application? I know web
> applications which are external facing can be exploited by XSS, SQL
> injection etc. But if attackers cant even see the web application because
> its only available internally, then how can they be exploited?
> Basically, I am trying to justify the need to review our web application
> development practices. Thanks!
> Regards,
> Ruel
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