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Joel Scambray , Vincent Liu , Caleb Sima

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1 Nov 2010 0071740643 978-0071740647 3

The latest Web app attacks and countermeasures from world-renowned practitioners

Protect your Web applications from malicious attacks by mastering the weapons and thought processes of today's hacker. Written by recognized security practitioners and thought leaders, Hacking Exposed Web Applications, Third Edition is fully updated to cover new infiltration methods and countermeasures. Find out how to reinforce authentication and authorization, plug holes in Firefox and IE, reinforce against injection attacks, and secure Web 2.0 features. Integrating security into the Web development lifecycle (SDL) and into the broader enterprise information security program is also covered in this comprehensive resource.

  • Get full details on the hacker's footprinting, scanning, and profiling tools, including SHODAN, Maltego, and OWASP DirBuster
  • See new exploits of popular platforms like Sun Java System Web Server and Oracle WebLogic in operation
  • Understand how attackers defeat commonly used Web authentication technologies
  • See how real-world session attacks leak sensitive data and how to fortify your applications
  • Learn the most devastating methods used in today's hacks, including SQL injection, XSS, XSRF, phishing, and XML injection techniques
  • Find and fix vulnerabilities in ASP.NET, PHP, and J2EE execution environments
  • Safety deploy XML, social networking, cloud computing, and Web 2.0 services
  • Defend against RIA, Ajax, UGC, and browser-based, client-side exploits
  • Implement scalable threat modeling, code review, application scanning, fuzzing, and security testing procedures

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4 stars. The bottom line - if you don't know anything about web security, and you really should - buy it. --ntcoding.co.uk, January 2011

10/10 I would recommend that anyone concerned with web server administration and security should read this book.
--Chartered Institute of IT, 8 March 2011

About the Author

Joel Scambray, CISSP, is co-founder and CEO of Consciere, provider of strategic security advisory services. He has worked in Internet security assessment and defense for nearly 15 years at Microsoft, Foundstone, Ernst & Young, and other organizations. Joel is an internationally renowned speaker and author of multiple security books, including 12 editions in the Hacking Exposed series.

Vincent Liu, CISSP, is a managing partner at Stach & Liu. He previously led the Attack & Penetration and Reverse Engineering teams at Honeywell's Global Security group, was a consultant with the Ernst & Young Advanced Security Centers, and was an analyst at the National Security Agency. Vincent speaks at industry conferences, including Black Hat, ToorCon, and Microsoft's BlueHat.

Caleb Sima is CEO of Armorize Technologies, provider of integrated Web application security solutions. He founded SPI Dynamics, a Web security technology company, and was an early innovator at Internet Security Systems/IBM's elite X-Force team. Caleb presents at key industry conferences, such as RSA and Black Hat.


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4.0 out of 5 stars A good book, but lacking some of what I like about the HE series 1 April 2011
By Richard Bejtlich - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the third Hacking Exposed: Web Applications (HE:WA) book I've reviewed, having reviewed the second edition in 2006 and the first edition in 2002. While I gave the earlier editions each five stars, I don't think HE:WA3E quite meets my expectations of a five star web application security book -- at least not one bearing the Hacking Exposed (HE) series name.

In my opinion, the winning formula for a good HE book was set by the first in the series, back in 1999: 1) explain a technology of interest; 2) show exactly how to exploit it; 3) recommend countermeasures. For me, these three steps MUST be followed, and any book with HE in the title that fails to follow this recipe is likely to fall flat. The reason I like this approach is simple; in many cases, defenders first encounter a new technology only after a researcher or intruder has broken it! In other words, the offensive side is usually far ahead of the defensive side, because offenders often specialize in a promising new area and pursue it relentlessly until they break it. Good HE books help redress this imbalance by getting the defender up to speed on a new technology, showing how to break it, and then suggesting defensive measures.

I believe that while HE:WA3E adopts some of this approach, it seems to not be consistently applied. In fact, I'm wondering if the absence of Mike Shema from the author team could be the reason for this change. Mike's handiwork still appears as a legacy of using older material, but elsewhere I found myself missing the HE formula.

For example, ch 9 seems to diverge from the HE recipe. It also seemed "light" to me compared to the prevalence of client-side exploitation. When HE:WA2E arrived in 2006, client-side attacks had been popular for about three years. I would have expected HE:WA3E (even though it's a "Web apps" book) to spend much more time on exploiting Web clients given the events of the past five years.

If you're wondering how the contents of HE:WA3E compare to HE:WA2E, it appears that concepts from the old ch 7 "Attacking Web Datastores" now appears in ch 6 ("Input Injection Attacks"), and ch 11 "Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks" is gone. I could tell when some material was repeated, but in other areas I could see updates (mention of the SHODAN search engine -- though not the "full details" listed on the back cover! -- for example).

Content-wise, the authors appeared to know a lot about their subject. Since I know all three from their conference appearances, I was confident in their expertise. One small note: I was disappointed by the screen shots in ch 10. The authors should keep in mind that screen captures from high resolution monitors do not translate well in print, especially when the images are fuzzy or very small.

Overall, I like HE:WA3E, but I hope to see a fourth edition return to the winning HE formula. I'd also like to see the authors take a look at some of the competing Web security books to see where they could differentiate to add even more value.
5.0 out of 5 stars really helpful 9 Dec 2013
By W. Vogt - Published on Amazon.com
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I learned more from this in an hour of sitting and flipping than I have from hours upon hours of searching the web for answers on similar topics. Extremely helpful book for those concerned with web security... covers topics that I've never heard others mention. Also, a lot of people online... specifically with say, PHP programming, will tell you some basic rule or procedure for verifying user input, but they don't explain fully the how and the why---it's like that all over the place---but this book does a very good job of explaining why the procedures and such in PHP or other languages are necessary, and in my case helped me to understand exactly why certain procedures should be employed. (Such as making sure user-submitted data is in the expected encoding, i.e. UTF8, etc.)
5.0 out of 5 stars HACKING EXPOSED BOOKS ARE GREAT!! 1 Nov 2013
By drake - Published on Amazon.com
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I own every hacking exposed book ever printed that i am aware of. These are great sources for learning and structuring skills in many valuable situations. They are based on theory and have great examples when you would use the necessary solutions to achieve of overcome challenges.

They are Great Books!! ---That is my opinion!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Web Security: Something most authors avoid in books written about building Web sites 10 Dec 2013
By J. M. Nye - Published on Amazon.com
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This book has some good advice on security issues that continue to develop and impact on innocent people's lives in unexpected ways. At the very least it puts you on alert to the risks and dangers present on the Web today, and gives some useful pointers on what to watch out for and how to ward off some of the assaults on rights and freedoms. It would appear that the Web has become a bit of a free for all where people now disregard and break the law on a daily basis with impunity. In the last few years the Web has made a joke of copyright as theft of property has become commonplace.
0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love it 9 May 2013
By Costa - Published on Amazon.com
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Very nice to help me secure my own application on php. I am debted to you for this book that help me more.
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