19 Jun 2012

OWASP Top Ten Quiz

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OWASP Top 10 Quiz

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Question 1
What happens when an application takes user inputted data and sends it to a web browser without proper validation and escaping?
A
Security Misconfiguration
B
Insecure Direct Object References
C
Cross Site Scripting
D
Broken Authentication and Session Management
Question 2
An attack technique that forces a user’s session credential or session ID to an explicit value.
A
Session Fixation
B
Session Hijacking
C
Brute Force Attack
D
Dictionary Attack
Question 3
Role-Based Access control helps prevent this OWASP Top 10 weakness
A
Security Misconfiguration
B
Failure to restrict URL Access
C
Unvalidated Redirect or Forward
D
Insufficient Transport Layer Protection
Question 4
What flaw can lead to exposure of resources or functionality to unintended actors?
A
Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards
B
Insecure Cryptographic Storage
C
Improper Authentication
D
Session Fixation
Question 5
For an an indirect reference, what happens if there’s no list of limited values authorized for a user in the direct reference?
A
Access to sensitive data possible
B
SQL Injection
C
XML Injection
D
Brute Forcing of stored encrypted credentials
Question 6
Attack that exploits the trust that a site has in a user’s browser.
A
Cross Site Scripting
B
Cross Site Tracing
C
Cross Site Request Forgery
D
SQL Injection
Question 7
For a connection that changes from HTTP to HTTPS, what flaw arises if you do not change the session identifier?
A
Cross Site Scripting
B
Session Replay
C
Cross Site Request Forgery
D
Session Hijacking
Question 8
What flaw arises from session tokens having poor randomness across a range of values?
A
Session Replay
B
Insecure Direct Object References
C
Session Fixation
D
Session Hijacking
Question 9
What is the attack technique used to exploit web sites by altering backend database queries through inputting manipulated queries?
A
SQL Injection
B
XML Injection
C
Cross Site Request Forgery
D
OS Commanding
Question 10
For every link or form which invoke state-changing functions with an unpredictable token for each user what attack can be prevented?
A
Cross Site Tracing
B
Cross Site Request Forgery
C
Cross Site Scripting
D
OS Commanding
Question 11
What is the type of flaw that occurs when untrusted user entered data is sent to the interpreter as part of a query or command?
A
Insecure Direct Object References
B
Cross Site Request Forgery
C
Injection
D
Insufficient Transport Layer Protection
Question 12
Which attack can execute scripts in the user’s browser and is capable of hijacking user sessions, defacing websites or redirecting the user to malicious sites.
A
SQL Injection
B
Man in the middle
C
Cross site scripting.
D
Malware Uploading
Question 13
What threat are you vulnerable to if you do not validate authorization of user for direct references to restricted resources?
A
Cross Site Scripting
B
SQL Injection
C
Cross Site Request Forgery
D
Insecure Direct Object References
Question 14
What threat arises from not flagging HTTP cookies with tokens as secure?
A
Access Control Violation
B
Session Hijacking
C
Insecure Cryptographic Storage
D
Session Replay
Question 15
Which threat can be prevented by having unique usernames generated with a high degree of entropy?
A
Crypt-analysis of hash values
B
Authentication bypass
C
Authorization Bypass
D
Spamming
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