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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Session Attacks and ASP.NET 

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If the attacker can fixate, hijack, or steal a Session from the victim, this type of attack will succeed no matter if the web site uses Forms Authentication, Windows Authentication, Client Certificates, etc. It doesn’t matter. As long as the attacker also has an account in the system as well as the victim’s Session ID, they can take over the session…that is unless the developer adds some additional checks
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Once you couple session and the authentication mechanism together and than configure Forms authentication properly, you can provide adequate session protection. Another important point - don’t use Session anywhere outside of the authenticated areas of your site.

Topics: asp.net | Security


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