19 Jun 2012

OWASP Top Ten Quiz

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OWASP Top 10 Quiz

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Question 1
An attack technique that forces a user’s session credential or session ID to an explicit value.
A
Session Hijacking
B
Dictionary Attack
C
Session Fixation
D
Brute Force Attack
Question 2
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
Man in the middle
B
SQL Injection
C
Malware Uploading
D
Cross site scripting.
Question 3
Attack that exploits the trust that a site has in a user’s browser.
A
Cross Site Tracing
B
Cross Site Scripting
C
Cross Site Request Forgery
D
SQL Injection
Question 4
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
Insufficient Transport Layer Protection
B
Injection
C
Insecure Direct Object References
D
Cross Site Request Forgery
Question 5
What is the attack technique used to exploit web sites by altering backend database queries through inputting manipulated queries?
A
Cross Site Request Forgery
B
XML Injection
C
SQL Injection
D
OS Commanding
Question 6
Role-Based Access control helps prevent this OWASP Top 10 weakness
A
Unvalidated Redirect or Forward
B
Security Misconfiguration
C
Insufficient Transport Layer Protection
D
Failure to restrict URL Access
Question 7
Which threat can be prevented by having unique usernames generated with a high degree of entropy?
A
Crypt-analysis of hash values
B
Authorization Bypass
C
Authentication bypass
D
Spamming
Question 8
What happens when an application takes user inputted data and sends it to a web browser without proper validation and escaping?
A
Broken Authentication and Session Management
B
Security Misconfiguration
C
Insecure Direct Object References
D
Cross Site Scripting
Question 9
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
Brute Forcing of stored encrypted credentials
C
SQL Injection
D
XML Injection
Question 10
What flaw arises from session tokens having poor randomness across a range of values?
A
Insecure Direct Object References
B
Session Fixation
C
Session Replay
D
Session Hijacking
Question 11
What flaw can lead to exposure of resources or functionality to unintended actors?
A
Session Fixation
B
Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards
C
Insecure Cryptographic Storage
D
Improper Authentication
Question 12
What threat arises from not flagging HTTP cookies with tokens as secure?
A
Access Control Violation
B
Session Replay
C
Insecure Cryptographic Storage
D
Session Hijacking
Question 13
What threat are you vulnerable to if you do not validate authorization of user for direct references to restricted resources?
A
Insecure Direct Object References
B
SQL Injection
C
Cross Site Scripting
D
Cross Site Request Forgery
Question 14
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 Hijacking
C
Session Replay
D
Cross Site Request Forgery
Question 15
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
OS Commanding
C
Cross Site Scripting
D
Cross Site Request Forgery
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