Monthly Archives: May 2012

Fuzzed 3 methods – better code

Yesterday I wrote a post explaining my approach. I’ve made further progress today and have fuzzed 3 methods and pushed all the code to Git. This code is more structured and scales better. It reads a config file which contains … Continue reading

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First Web Service method – Fuzzed!

Yes! Finally I’ve managed to start fuzzing and have some code over here if you want to quickly jump there without reading my fun stories ;). There’s a sample XML file too if you want to take a look at … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Serge Security:
Sometimes people ask if there are exploits or the latest offensive techniques in TeamMentor. The short answer is no. It doesn’t seem like an appropriate place for that type of information, because the focus is…

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Originally posted on Serge Security:
Recently a question came up about the benefits of TeamMentor. Specifically, what is the typical scenario of people using TeamMentor. The idea is that people might know about security controls but not how to implement…

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Fuzzing TM Webservices…fuzzing anything..?

Well…since we now have a lot of clarity on what the various methods in TM do, Dinis suggested, that instead of waiting to complete ALL 123…lets start fuzzing using my unit tests as a base or using Burp or Zap … Continue reading

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Finally an XML report…and totally ‘Independent’ unit tests…

So if you read my last post what I pushed to Git last time was a bunch of unit tests for each user. So at 102 tests per user that’s a total of 408 unit tests for an admin,editor,reader and … Continue reading

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Unit Tests…Cross user…

So I’ve got a lot of Unit tests done and uploaded on to Git. 102 I think.. to be precise. The rest, for some reason are pending..eventually those might be removed, reworked upon or retested. All the same, 102 out … Continue reading

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