3 thoughts on “Testing A Log In Page

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  3. Well the next thing I’d try is authentication bypass. i.e. pasting values into the URL and seeing if I can jump past the login screen and start using the system without actually logging in, It’s surprising how often that works.
    I’d also try exploiting the password reminder function, which is a subject in it’s own right for hackers!
    Number 26 is a classic SQL injection which should (but might not be) be detected by pattern matching in the Intrusion Prevention System. Try obfuscation to outwit it!

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