This extension tests applications for the Web Cache Deception vulnerability.
It adds a new Active Scanner check. Additionally, a context menu item is available to perform a targeted test.
In February 2017, security researcher Omer Gil unveiled a new attack vector dubbed Web Cache Deception.
The Web Cache Deception attack could be devastating in consequences, but is very simple to execute:
The attack depends on a very specific set of circumstances to make the application vulnerable:
|Author||Johan Snyman, Trustwave|
|Last updated||23 November 2017|
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