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RE: [Full-disclosure] FW: [PTsecurity] MaxPatrol Network Security Scanner - Free unlimited version has been released.
From: alex (pigrelaxyandex.ru)
Date: Mon Jul 25 2005 - 13:29:45 CDT
Maxpatrol analyzes responses for some specially crafted http-requests.
For example, you have script default.asp?ID=blablabla.
Program send many http-requests like default.asp?ID=',
default.asp?ID=<script>alert()</script> and more.. (20-50 unique requests)
and analyze response from Web-server (more than 2000 signatures).
Some little example automatically discovered vulnerabilities you can see
May I testing any site you want? :)
From: Daniel [mailto:deepergmail.com]
Sent: Monday, July 25, 2005 9:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Full-disclosure] FW: [PTsecurity] MaxPatrol Network Security
Scanner - Free unlimited version has been released.
"Automatically detects web vulnerabilities:
- SQL injection
- Blind SQL injection
- Cross Site Scripting
So how do you go about doing this?
Is this a case of sending a request to some input mechanism and
grep'ing the response back from the server?
Now if you did this against an application which returned 200 for
every single request, surely it would light up like a christmas tree?
On 7/25/05, alex <pigrelaxyandex.ru> wrote:
> MaxPatrol Network Security Scanner Free unlimited version 7.0.1401 has
> Download URL:
> --- Maxpatrol Core Features:
> [+] Web-server and Web Application structure analysis.
> Maxpatrol analyzes the structure of Web Applications to determine
> weaknesses and potential vulnerabilities in both the Web Server
> Configuration and the Web Application. Discovers available web
> technologies. Inspects the HTTP version banners and looks for
> vulnerable products and other...
> [+] Maxpatrol uses intelligent searching to detect vulnerabilities in
> non-standard web-server scripts.
> [+] Intelligent recognition of vulnerabilities in known web-server
> Automatically detects web vulnerabilities:
> - SQL injection
> - Blind SQL injection
> - Cross Site Scripting
> - UTF-7 Cross Site Scripting
> - HTTP Response Splitting
> - Code execution
> - File inclusion
> - Directory traversal
> - Input validation
> - Authentication attacks
> (bruteforce login/password and etc)
> - Script source code disclosure
> - Discovers directories with weak permissions
> (finds directory listings and etc)
> - Looks for common files,
> back-up files, logs or directories
> [+] Full Identification of Service Regardless of Port Configuration.
> Maxpatrol uses Intelligent Scanning to determine complex server
> configuration Permits vulnerability testing for servers with
> non-standard configurations, where port numbers are assigned to
> services in arbitrary combinations, in other words Maxpatrol does
> assume Port 21 is a FTP service or that and FTP service cannot be
> listening to other ports.
> [+] Heuristic method for detecting types and names of services,
> of responses to standard queries.
> [+] Hidden-directory search for FTP servers.
> [+] Bruteforce "login/password" for many services.
> [+] Detection of vulnerabilities arising from configuration errors
> cases of unprotected authorization, revealing of information by
> [+] Full identification and testing of RPC services in Windows and *nix.
> [+] Intelligent precision algorithms to minimize false detection.
> [+] Inspects the service version banners and looks for vulnerable
> For more details:
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