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DB Hacking - Oracle
 
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Проверяем на прочность Oracle RDBMS ODAT (Oracle Database Attacking Tool) https://github.com/quentinhardy/odat
Security Boot Camp: Oracle Database Security Vulnerabilities Explained
 
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For those of you that missed this session at the recent Collaborate12 conference, please read on. Do you truly know why you should be regularly applying Oracle Critical Patch Updates? This session will provide an in-depth look and demonstration of different types of security vulnerabilities fixed by Oracle's quarterly Critical Patch Updates (CPU). Using information and exploit code that is published and readily available on the Internet, actual security bugs fixed in CPUs will be demonstrated to show how easily they may be used to compromise a database. The purpose of this session is to help you better appreciate the importance of keeping up to date with the Oracle Critical Patch Updates.
Views: 1777 Integrigy
Anatomy of a Database Attack: Protecting Against the Top Ten Vulnerabilities
 
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Learn how attackers are exploiting the top vulnerabilities including attacks on Oracle, IBM DB2, Microsoft SQL Server and Sybase.
Views: 1048 appsecinc
Gaining Access - Web Server Hacking - Metasploitable - #1
 
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Hey guys HackerSploit here back again with another video, in this video we will be hacking/gaining access to the Metasploitable web server! Metasploit Link: https://sourceforge.net/projects/metasploitable/ I Hope you enjoy/enjoyed the video. If you have any questions or suggestions feel free to ask them in the comments section or on my social networks as well as my blog. HackerSploit Website: https://hsploit.com/ ✔️SOCIAL NETWORKS ------------------------------- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HackerSploit/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/HackerSploit Discord: https://discord.gg/8BEcPVd Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexi_ahmed... Kik Username: HackerSploit Patreon: http://patreon.com/hackersploit -------------------------------- Thanks for watching! Благодаря за гледането 感谢您观看 Merci d'avoir regardé Gracias por ver شكرا للمشاهدة देखने के लिए धन्यवाद
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Hacking MySQL Server using Metasploit
 
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Oracle Database TNS Poisoning Attacks CVE-2012-1675
 
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In 2012, details of a vulnerability in the Oracle Database listener were published that allows an attacker to register with the database listener and to intercept and modify TNS network traffic between the client and database server. This “TNS Poison” attack allows an unauthenticated attacker with only network connectivity to compromise most database accounts. The fix to prevent TNS Poison attacks was announced in April 2012, but was not fixed by the Critical Patch Update securtiy patch. Instead, manual changes are required to the database listener prior to 12c. Even though this vulnerability is four years-old, Integrigy routinely identifies vulnerable Oracle databases during our security assessments – hence the purpose of this webinar. This education webinar demonstrates a TNS poison attack and how an Oracle database can be compromised without any database authentication. Required remediation steps for each database version are discussed as well as methods for checking if a database is protected or if it has been compromised.
Views: 2482 Integrigy
SSLv3 Poodle Vulnerability | Password theft
 
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All systems and applications utilizing the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 3.0 with cipher-block chaining (CBC) mode ciphers may be vulnerable. However, the POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) attack demonstrates this vulnerability using web browsers and web servers, which is one of the most likely exploitation scenarios. Some Transport Layer Security (TLS) implementations are also vulnerable to the POODLE attack. The POODLE attack can be used against any system or application that supports SSL 3.0 with CBC mode ciphers. This affects most current browsers and websites, but also includes any software that either references a vulnerable SSL/TLS library (e.g. OpenSSL) or implements the SSL/TLS protocol suite itself. By exploiting this vulnerability in a likely web-based scenario, an attacker can gain access to sensitive data passed within the encrypted web session, such as passwords, cookies and other authentication tokens that can then be used to gain more complete access to a website (impersonating that user, accessing database content, etc.). Subscribe and share!
Views: 3610 Fierce Outlaws
DEF CON 18 - Esteban Martínez Fayó - Hacking and Protecting Oracle Database Vault
 
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Esteban Martínez Fayó - Hacking and Protecting Oracle Database Vault Oracle Database Vault was launched a few years ago to put a limit on DBAs unlimited power especially over highly confidential data where it is required by regulations. This presentation will show how this add-on product for Oracle Database performs on this difficult task, first giving an introduction to DB Vault and what protections does it brings, then showing with many examples how it is possible to bypass the protections provided. The attacks demonstrated include getting operating system access to disable DB Vault, SQL Injection and impersonation techniques to bypass DB Vault protections and how it is possible using simple exploits to circumvent DB Vault. These attack examples are accompanied by recommendations on how to protect from them. Also the presentation shows some issues with native database auditing and has a section with additional recommendations to secure DB Vault and conclusions. Esteban Martínez Fayó is a security researcher; he has discovered and helped to fix multiple security vulnerabilities in major vendor software products. He specializes in application security and is recognized as the discoverer of most of the vulnerabilities in Oracle server software. Esteban has developed and presented novel database attack techniques at international conferences such as Black Hat, WebSec, NcN and ekoparty. Esteban currently works for Argeniss doing information security research and developing security related software solutions. For copies of the slides and additional materials please see the DEF CON 18 Archive here: https://defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-18-archive.html
Views: 525 DEFCONConference
CVE-2018-12613 - phpMyAdmin - Remote Code Execution (Metasploit) Kali linux
 
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CVE-2018-12613 - explain the newly found vulnerability in phpMyAdmin. We will demonstrate the vulnerability. An issue was discovered in phpMyAdmin 4.8.x before 4.8.2, in which an attacker can include (view and potentially execute) files on the server. The vulnerability comes from a portion of code where pages are redirected and loaded within phpMyAdmin, and an improper test for whitelisted pages. An attacker must be authenticated, except in the "$cfg['AllowArbitraryServer'] = true" case (where an attacker can specify any host he/she is already in control of, and execute arbitrary code on phpMyAdmin) and the "$cfg['ServerDefault'] = 0" case (which bypasses the login requirement and runs the vulnerable code without any authentication). Links: https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2018-12613 https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/45020/
Views: 4206 Minute hacking
DEFCON 19: Hacking and Forensicating an Oracle Database Server (w speaker)
 
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Speaker: David Litchfield David Litchfield is recognized as one of the world's leading authorities on database security. He is the author of Oracle Forensics, the Oracle Hacker's Handbook, the Database Hacker's Handbook and SQL Server Security and is the co-author of the Shellcoder's Handbook. He is a regular speaker at a number of computer security conferences and has delivered lectures to the National Security Agency, the UK's Security Service, GCHQ and the Bundesamt f¸r Sicherheit in der Informationstechnik in Germany. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/defcon19_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/defcon19_videos Playlist Defcon 19: http://bit.ly/defcon19_playlist
Views: 2653 Christiaan008
DeepSec 2007: Oracle Security: Orasploit
 
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Thanks to the DeepSec organisation for making these videos available and let me share the videos on YouTube. Speaker: Alexander Kornbrust, Red Database Security Orasploit is an Oracle exploit framework which automatically exploits vulnerabilities in Oracle databases. With orasploit it is possible to exploit an (unprotected/unpatched) database. Orasploit supports various exploits, privilege escalation techniques and many different payloads. We show different possibilities to create / write / read files, D.o.S., new ways to send data via HTTP requests from the database, ... It's possible to extend orasploit with own/custom exploits. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/DeepSec_2007_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/DeepSec_2007_videos
Views: 208 Christiaan008
How to Hack Into Your Oracle Database via Node js Using SQL Injection
 
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https://developer.oracle.com/code/online | Dan McGhan, Chris Saxon: Hackers are constantly searching for personal data they can use to exploit people. And they’re often successful. Each week brings new stories of large-scale data breaches. A common attack vector is SQL injection. If your application is vulnerable to this, hackers can get whatever they want from your database. This session shows you how easy it is to access private data with SQL injection and how to change your code to stop it. It ends with a discussion of further recommendations for writing secure code. This is a must-attend session for all developers who write database access code.
Views: 1250 Oracle Developers
Penetration Testing: Hacking Oracle via Web Applications
 
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http://penetration-testing.7safe.com Sumit Siddharth (Sid) of 7Safe Penetration Testing, discusses the release of his new paper on Hacking Oracle via web applications. This paper discusses the exploitation techniques available for exploiting SQL Injection from web applications against the Oracle database. Most of the techniques available over the Internet are based on exploitation when attacker has interactive access to the Oracle database, i.e. he can connect to the database via a SQL client. While some of these techniques can be directly applied when exploiting SQL injection in web applications, this is not always true. Unlike MS-SQL, Oracle neither supports nested queries, nor has any direct functionality like xp_cmdshell to allow execution of operating system commands. Extraction of sensitive data from a back-end database by exploiting SQL injection in Oracle web applications is well known. Performing privilege escalation and executing operating system commands from web applications is not widely known, and is the subject of this paper.
Views: 4566 7Safe
Protect Your Data Against New Oracle Password Hacking Vulnerabilities
 
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Mark Trinidad, Product Manager discusses details on the Oracle Password Hacking Vulnerability (CVE-2012-3137).
Views: 334 appsecinc
Database Security : Most Common Mistakes
 
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Database Security : Most Common Mistakes Par Alessandro Vallega, Security Business Development Oracle Europe South
Views: 1268 Oracle France
Inside the Mind of a Database Hacker, by Oracle's Lead Security Architect
 
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Inside the Mind of a Database Hacker by • Mark Fallon, Lead Security Architect, Oracle Database with • Penny Avril, VP of Oracle Database Server Technologies • Funny pre-event tech-trivia: https://youtu.be/vj9DDxUatp4 Enterprise data has become an extremely valuable commodity, and therefore must be protected against theft from unscrupulous hackers. But, faced with a multitude of potential security vulnerabilities, where do we start? If we can understand those vulnerabilities, as perceived by the mind of a hacker, then we can take a more practical approach to protecting our enterprise data. This fun and interactive session will take us into the mind of a cybercriminal, we will learn some interesting facts about data security and discover how we can best protect this valuable commodity. ••• Mark Fallon, Lead Security Architect, Oracle Database ••• Mark is the lead security architect for Oracle Database and its associated product families and cloud services. Mark drives software assurance activities that span the entire software lifecycle of Oracle Database products and services, from initial design phase security reviews through to functional testing, ethical hacking, deployments and incident response. As security lead for the last 11 years, Mark has a deep technical understanding of all hacking approaches taken against Oracle Database products and services. ••• Penny Avril, VP of Oracle Database Server Technologies ••• Based at Oracle's HQ in Redwood Shores, California, Penny leads Oracle's Database Product Management team. Penny's responsibilities include product planning, positioning, collateral, go-to-market strategy and field enablement. Penny also works closely with product release and development managers to take Oracle Database releases from design specs through development to production. Penny has been with Oracle since 1995, and holds a BA in computer science from Cambridge University.
Oracle's Defense-in-Depth Database Security Controls
 
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Vipin Samar, Oracle SVP of database security, discusses key data security challenges and Oracle's approach to providing defense-in-depth security with multiple layers of control to protect data on premises and in the cloud.
Views: 418 Oracle
1.Standard Database Auditing | Oracle Database security
 
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Hi friends today i will explain briefly how to audit changes of end user for security prupose. #StandardDatabaseAuditing #Databasesecurity Oracle database Unbeatable,Unbreakable Platform..
Views: 10020 Oracle World
What Is SQL Injection? | Structure Of a Database? |Database Vulnerabilities Explained
 
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Hi everyone. In today's video you will get to know about the basic structure of a website. I will tell you what makes a website, the working of a database and a special type of website attack popularly known as SQL injection. I will also tell you how it works, what are the aftereffects, threats and countermeasures. So lets get started!! If you liked my video, please don't forget to press the like button and subscribe to my youtube channel. I will be posting videos on cyber security, ethical hacking and technology. Also some interesting tricks and techniques very soon so stay tuned and please SUBSCRIBE to my channel and thanks for watching....:-)
Views: 471 Bitten Tech
CVE-2012-1675 Oracle Database TNS Poison 0Day Demonstration
 
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Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=wowzataz Blog : http://eromang.zataz.com Twitter : http://twitter.com/eromang Timeline : Vulnerability discovered by Joxean Koret in 2008 Vulberability reported to the vendor by Joxean Koret in 2008 Public release of the vulnerability in Oracle CPU by the vendor the 2012-04-17 Details and PoC of the vulnerability released by Joxean Koret the 2012-04-18 Fake patching of the vulnerability discovered by Joxean Koret the 2012-04-26 PoC provided by: Joxean Koret Reference(s) : Oracle CPU of April 2012 CVE-2012-1675 Affected versions : All versions of Oracle Database Tested with Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition Release 10.2.0.4.0 Description : Usage of Joxean Koret PoC require that the database name has a length of 6 characters. Database server characteristics : IP : 192.168.178.150 Oracle version : 10.2.0.4.0 Database listener port : 1521 Database listener has no clients IPs restrictions Database name : arcsig Database username : arcsig Database password : testtest Database client characteristics : IP : 192.168.178.151 SQL*Plus version : 10.2.0.4.0 tnsnames.ora file as bellow : TARGET.DB= (DESCRIPTION = (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = 192.168.178.150)(PORT = 1521)) (CONNECT_DATA = (SERVICE_NAME= arcsig) ) ) Attacker characteristics : IP : 192.168.178.100 Usage of PoC provided by Joxean Koret Demonstration : PoC validation phase On database server : ifconfig On database client : ifconfig sqlplus -v cat tnsnames.ora sqlplus [email protected] HELP QUIT PoC exploitation phase On attacker : Start the MITM proxy, how will intercept the communication between the client and the database : sudo python proxy.py -l 192.168.178.100 -p 1521 -r 192.168.178.150 -P 1521 Start the vulnerability exploitation : python tnspoisonv1.py 192.168.178.100 1521 arcsig 192.168.178.150 1521 On the database client : Connect with SQL*Plus sqlplus [email protected] ? ? INDEX TOTO QUIT You can see that the communication are intercepted by the proxy.
Views: 11876 Eric Romang
2.Value-Based Auditing | Oracle Database security
 
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Hi friends today i will explain briefly how to audit changes of end user for security prupose. #Value-BasedAuditing Oracle database Unbeatable,Unbreakable Platform.
Views: 2411 Oracle World
Adding New Latest Exploits from exploit-db.com to Metasploit
 
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Views: 2395 Penetration Testing
Oracle Java Deserialization Vulnerabilities
 
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Java deserialization is a class of security vulnerabilities that can result in server-side remote code execution (RCE). As many Oracle products are based on Java, deserialization bugs are found in many Oracle environments especially those using Oracle WebLogic, Oracle Fusion Middleware, and Oracle E-Business Suite. As an example, in November 2015 Oracle released an out-of-cycle security fix (CVE-2015-4852) in order to fix a deserialization bug in Oracle WebLogic. This education webinar provides an understanding of Java deserialization vulnerabilities, the potential impact for Oracle environments, and strategies to protect an Oracle environment from this class of security vulnerabilities.
Views: 1865 Integrigy
Oracle Database Security
 
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Oracle Database Security : EU General Data Protection Regulation par Pedro Lopes, CISSP Database Security Product Manager EMEA Restez connecté avec Oracle : https://www.youtube.com/user/OracleAppsFrance?sub_confirmation=1 SUIVEZ-NOUS : Twitter ► https://twitter.com/Oracle_France Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/Oracle/ LinkedIn ► https://www.linkedin.com/company/1028/ Oracle France ► https://www.oracle.com/fr/index.html
Views: 6348 Oracle France
Security in the Database Oracle 11g
 
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This webinar was recorded live on 29 Feb 2012. Michelle Malcher (Oracle Ace Director and a representative on the Oracle Security Customer Advisor Council for the Independent Oracle User Group) presents practical ways to look at security and implementing standards and procedures around the database environment to account for the security outside of the users, including secured environments for regulations and compliance. Oracle 11g provides transparent data encryption at a tablespace level, and this webinar looks at how to implement this option to make it transparent to applications and users. You will learn some quick steps on securing the database environment, a basic process for applying CPU security patches, managing permissions and roles from test environments to production, and encryption. You can view our complete archive at http://www.red-gate.com/oracle-webinars
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Product Overview for Oracle Advanced Security (Oracle Database 12c) - Part 1
 
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Watch this brief product overview for Oracle Advanced Security in Oracle Database 12c. For more information, see: "Introduction to Oracle Advanced Security" in the Advanced Security Guide http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=db121&id=ASOAG010 Copyright © 2014 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle® is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the "Materials"). The Materials are provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Database Security: Separation of Duties
 
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This session focuses on Separation of Duties - a key task when mapping out a security strategy for your database. Key elements include: - The difference between SYSDBA and DBA - Importance of using named accounts and NOT using the default "SYSTEM" account - How the various sys* admin privileges work (eg: SYSKM, SYSRAC) and why you should use them - Impact of Database Vault's default separation of duties - Other SOD possibilities using Database Vault - Impact of Database Vault SOD on Transparent Data Encryption operations AskTOM Office Hours offers free, monthly training and tips on how to make the most of Oracle Database, from Oracle product managers, developers and evangelists. https://asktom.oracle.com/ Oracle Developers portal: https://developer.oracle.com/ Sign up for an Oracle Cloud trial: https://cloud.oracle.com/en_US/tryit music: bensound.com
Views: 179 Oracle Developers
Black Hat USA 2010: Hacking and Protecting Oracle Database Vault 2/5
 
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Speaker: Esteban Martínez Fayó Oracle Database Vault was launched a few years ago to put a limit on DBAs unlimited power especially over highly confidential data where it is required by regulations. This presentation will show how this add-on product for Oracle Database performs on this difficult task, first giving an introduction to DB Vault and what protections does it brings, then showing with many examples how it is possible to bypass the protections provided. The attacks demonstrated include getting operating system access to disable DB Vault, SQL Injection and impersonation techniques to bypass DB Vault protections and how it is possible using simple exploits to circumvent DB Vault. These attack examples are accompanied by recommendations on how to protect from them. Also the presentation shows some issues with native database auditing and has a section with additional recommendations to secure DB Vault and conclusions. For more information click here (http://bit.ly/dwlBpJ)
Views: 297 Christiaan008
DEFCON 18: Hacking and Protecting Oracle Database Vault 3/4
 
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Speaker: Esteban Martínez Fayó Oracle Database Vault was launched a few years ago to put a limit on DBAs unlimited power especially over highly confidential data where it is required by regulations. This presentation will show how this add-on product for Oracle Database performs on this difficult task, first giving an introduction to DB Vault and what protections does it brings, then showing with many examples how it is possible to bypass the protections provided. The attacks demonstrated include getting operating system access to disable DB Vault, SQL Injection and impersonation techniques to bypass DB Vault protections and how it is possible using simple exploits to circumvent DB Vault. These attack examples are accompanied by recommendations on how to protect from them. Also the presentation shows some issues with native database auditing and has a section with additional recommendations to secure DB Vault and conclusions. For presentations, whitepapers or audio version of the Defcon 18 presentations visit: http://defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-18-archive.html
Views: 162 Christiaan008
Exploiting NetApp, NFS, & UNIX Scripting to Move an Oracle Database to Another Host
 
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See: SubmarineBoat.com "Oracle DBA" , "Disaster Recovery" for more details.
Views: 3885 SV Seeker
Cyber Security #2  Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
 
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for more information visit : https://sourcecodepowered.com/security #Tags: authentication bypass vulnerability in citrix netscaler authentication bypass vulnerability joomla authentication bypass vulnerability joomla 1.5.3 libssh authentication bypass vulnerability saml authentication bypass vulnerability mysql authentication bypass vulnerability airos authentication bypass vulnerability grafana authentication bypass vulnerability tacacs+ authentication bypass vulnerability libssh authentication bypass vulnerability affecting cisco products authentication bypass vulnerability found in auth0 identity platform asp.net forms authentication bypass vulnerability apache http-basic authentication bypass vulnerability appweb 7.0.3 auth condition authentication bypass vulnerability magento admin authentication bypass vulnerability cookie local authentication bypass vulnerability ipmi cipher zero authentication bypass vulnerability jmx management console authentication bypass vulnerability cisco ios ntp authentication bypass vulnerability d-link router authentication bypass vulnerability oracle database server authentication bypass vulnerability openssh x11 cookie local authentication bypass vulnerability exploit exploiting mysql authentication bypass vulnerability openssh x11 cookie local authentication bypass vulnerability f5 mcafee hips authentication bypass vulnerability what is authentication bypass vulnerability authentication-bypass vulnerabilities in soho routers juniper screenos authentication bypass vulnerability authentication bypass vulnerability netscaler openssh x11 cookie local authentication bypass vulnerability nmap null session authentication bypass vulnerability pan-os authentication bypass vulnerability(40483) phpbb 2.0.13 - authentication bypass vulnerability openssh x11 cookie local authentication bypass vulnerability redhat realvnc remote authentication bypass vulnerability vnc server authentication bypass vulnerability mcafee data loss prevention endpoint authentication bypass vulnerability(sb10252)
Views: 25671 SourceCode Powered
DEF CON 18 - Sumit Siddharth - Hacking Oracle From Web Apps
 
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Sumit Siddharth - Hacking Oracle From Web Apps This talk will focus on exploiting SQL injections in web applications with oracle back-end and will discuss all old/new techniques. The talk will target Oracle 9i,10g and 11g (R1 and R2) It is widely considered that the impact of SQL Injection in web apps with Oracle back-end is limited to extraction of data with the privileges of user mentioned in connection string. Oracle database does not offer hacker friendly functionalities such as openrowset or xp_cmdshell for privilege escalation and O.S code execution. Further, as Oracle by design do not support execution of multiple query in single SQL statement, the exploitation is further restricted. The Talk will highlight attack vector to achieve privilege escalation (from Scott to SYS) and O.S code execution, all by exploiting Oracle SQL injections from web applications. Further, as a number of organizations move to compliances like PCI ensuring that the Card data is always stored encrypted with the private key never stored inside the database. The talk will focus on what hackers are doing in the wild to bypass these and to obtain clear text card data when its only stored encrypted or even when its never stored. Sumit "sid" Siddharth works as a Principal Security Consultant and heads the Penetration Testing department for 7Safe Limited in the UK. He has been a speaker at many security conferences including Defcon, Troopers, OWASP Appsec, Sec-T, IT-Underground etc. He has contributed a number of whitepapers, security tools, exploits and advisories to the industry. He also runs the popular IT security blog www.notsosecure.com. For copies of the slides and additional materials please see the DEF CON 18 Archive here: https://defcon.org/html/links/dc-archives/dc-18-archive.html
Views: 780 DEFCONConference
BsidesRI 2013   1 3 Exploiting the Top Ten Database Vulnerabilities and Misconfigurations   Josh Sha
 
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Video from BSides Rhode Island. All videos, with downloads, can be found at this link shortly: http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/bsidesri2013/mainlist https://twitter.com/BSidesRI http://www.securitybsides.com/w/page/61966594/BSidesRI http://www.pauldotcom.com/ http://Irongeek.com
Views: 673 Adrian Crenshaw
Black Hat USA 2010: Hacking and Protecting Oracle Database Vault 4/5
 
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Speaker: Esteban Martínez Fayó Oracle Database Vault was launched a few years ago to put a limit on DBAs unlimited power especially over highly confidential data where it is required by regulations. This presentation will show how this add-on product for Oracle Database performs on this difficult task, first giving an introduction to DB Vault and what protections does it brings, then showing with many examples how it is possible to bypass the protections provided. The attacks demonstrated include getting operating system access to disable DB Vault, SQL Injection and impersonation techniques to bypass DB Vault protections and how it is possible using simple exploits to circumvent DB Vault. These attack examples are accompanied by recommendations on how to protect from them. Also the presentation shows some issues with native database auditing and has a section with additional recommendations to secure DB Vault and conclusions. For more information click here (http://bit.ly/dwlBpJ)
Views: 201 Christiaan008
Exploiting Apache Struts - CVE-2017-9805
 
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CVE-2017-9805 is yet another very legitimate vulnerability in Apache Struts framework. In this video I demonstrate how easy it is to run a simple public python script against a vulnerable remote server, ultimately resulting in a reverse shell back to the attacker. In my blog post I will also get into the steps needed to create a vulnerable server and touch on a some basic indicators for detecting this type of activity in your own environment. If you are running a vulnerable version of this software (Apache Struts 2.5 - 2.5.12), you should definitely upgrade as soon as possible - this is a very real threat. Vulnerable Struts Package: http://archive.apache.org/dist/struts/2.5/ Exploit: https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/42627/ My blog post with additional info: http://robwillis.info/2017/09/exploiting-apache-struts-cve-2017-9805/
Views: 7749 Rob Willis
Details and exploit code for .NET Padding Oracle attack
 
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http://blog.mindedsecurity.com/2010/10/breaking-net-encryption-with-or-without.html In this example we show how to download a Web.config via a padding Oracle attack. Details are included with also full exploit code. Details have been released, because Microsoft official patches are now available. Please patch!! Workarounds simply do not work... against the "T" exploit!
Views: 32614 xcd3
Findsploit Find exploits in local and online databases
 
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Views: 363 Professional hacker
Database Hacking: Client Side Database Protocol Attack
 
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This is an example of a database protocol attack on the client side for Oracle 10i. Using a Hex or Text editor it is possible to modify the SQL login stream on the client side in a way that takes advantage of the Oracle Database User running as DBA. As such, compromising that process - i.e. buffer overflow, allows the injection of code to be used causing anything from a denial of service attack to data modification on the Oracle server side database. In this case we create a new user, with DBA privileges, using a method that doesn't even require the initial login to be successful."Database Protocol Attack" "Database Hack" Imperva hack "Web application security" "database security"
Views: 26746 Imperva
Install prerequisites for Oracle database 12R2 on Oracle Linux 7
 
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Install the prerequistes - Install the package Oracle-prereqist - Verification of the prerequistes - User Oracle and groups - Security Limits - Kernel parameters
Views: 134 wadhahdaouehi
Black Hat USA 2010: Hacking and Protecting Oracle Database Vault 3/5
 
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Speaker: Esteban Martínez Fayó Oracle Database Vault was launched a few years ago to put a limit on DBAs unlimited power especially over highly confidential data where it is required by regulations. This presentation will show how this add-on product for Oracle Database performs on this difficult task, first giving an introduction to DB Vault and what protections does it brings, then showing with many examples how it is possible to bypass the protections provided. The attacks demonstrated include getting operating system access to disable DB Vault, SQL Injection and impersonation techniques to bypass DB Vault protections and how it is possible using simple exploits to circumvent DB Vault. These attack examples are accompanied by recommendations on how to protect from them. Also the presentation shows some issues with native database auditing and has a section with additional recommendations to secure DB Vault and conclusions. For more information click here (http://bit.ly/dwlBpJ)
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Securing 1,000 Oracle Databases -- Challenges and Solutions
 
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Oracle Database security checklists and standards are focused on one database, not 1,000 databases. The significant challenge is when you have 100, 500, 1,000, or even 10,000 Oracle Databases in your organization to protect. In order to protect and securely maintain a thousand Oracle Databases requires an enterprise database security framework and database security program. This session will describe how to implement a database security program with all the necessary components to protect the databases in a large enterprise. The database security program will include configuration management, enterprise database user security, periodic access reviews and controls, routine security patching, and an enterprise database auditing strategy.
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Metasploit with Microsoft SQL Server and SMB exploits (Part 1/2)
 
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This video shows how to use Metasploit to gain access to a computer using a vulnerability in Microsoft SQL Server (1st step) and then using an SMB vulnerability (2nd step) to get administrative privileges. See part 2 for the exploitation of the access. More information at http://prox-ia.blogspot.com.
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Oracle Database 12c Security - Session 2 of 9 - Agenda
 
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Oracle Database 12c Security Session 2 - Tutorial Agenda John: Thank you. Thank you, David. Good afternoon, good morning, depending on the time zone, everybody. I'll run through now what I want to cover in this short session. First, I'm going to go through the Virtual Private Database. Virtual Private Database also known by several other acronyms, some people actually refer to it as Row-Level Security. Other people use Fine Grained Access Control. So, VPD RLS FGAC. pause A powerful facility. It's also bundled up by the way as Label Security. It was first introduced in release 8i and it's just about works. But back then it's had serious performance problems. Furthermore, it wasn't really suitable at all for a web environment. I think many people - myself included - tried it back with 8i and thought this doesn't work and gave up. However, in the later releases, particularly with changes that came in with 10g, it's become a very powerful capability indeed which I strongly advice everybody to look at. VPD - we'll have a look at VPD - I should point out, it's Enterprise Edition. Then we'll move on to a 12c feature, your data redaction newly released 12.1. Positioning data redaction against VPD there is, as far as users are concerned, considerable functional overlap. But the underlying technology is in fact completely different. The protection you get with data redaction is not as comprehensive as that provided by the VPD. In some cases, my attempt to reverse engineer it found it may be possible circumvented in certain circumstances if the user 1:58 inaudible privilege position. But compared to VPD, it is not simple to implement and I don't believe they're only performance issues. Redaction is licensed as part of the advanced security option from 12c onwards. pause Thirdly, a brief mention of data masking. I don't think I'm going to have time to demonstrate data masking but for completeness I do want to mention it, because again there's an overlap with data redaction, with Virtual Private Databases, all in the same sort of area. But I won't have time to demonstrate that, I don't think. The data masking briefly then, unlike the other two, data masking actually changes data. Virtual Private Database restricts the data that people see. Data redaction conceals or hides the data. A subtle difference there. Data masking actually changes the data in the database and it's a permanent change. That makes it suitable for long production systems. All those clones you'd make. When you clone your databases to test systems, the development systems, the DSS query systems and so on, you have to clean the data. You have to remove all the personal references so that people can't see any of the personal indicators as you move your data from production to the warehouse for redaction development. That's where data masking comes in. A permanent change makes the data typically on cloned systems it's generated from your production boxes. The reason I won't have time to demonstrate it is that with 12c it is pretty awkward. One data masking came in with 11g. There was a very nice graphical interface provided with 11g database control and no PL/SQL interface. With release 12c, database control no longer exists and there's not a data masking interface provided with database express. So to get data masking functioning nowadays, you need either grid control or cloud control. I don't think I'm going to have time to switch over to that environment. But, remember, it's there and those overlap with the other two functions. Then lastly, we'll move on to Transparent Sensitive Data Protection, TSDP. pause TSDP is a very good frontend, simplified the pain of implementing VPD or data redaction. So what I'll run through is VPD, redaction, and then Transparent Sensitive Data Protection, which will make it so much easier to configure.
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[DEFCON 21] Java Every-Days: Exploiting Software Running on 3 Billion Devices
 
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Java Every-Days: Exploiting Software Running on 3 Billion Devices Speakers: Brian Gorenc - Zero Day Initiative, HP Security Research Jasiel Spelman - Security Researcher Over the last three years, Oracle Java has become the exploit author's best friend. And why not? Java has a rich attack surface, broad install base, and runs on multiple platforms allowing attackers to maximize their return-on-investment. The increased focus on uncovering weaknesses in the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) shifted research beyond classic memory corruption issues into abuses of the reflection API that allow for remote code execution. This talk focuses on the vulnerability trends in Java over the last three years and intersects public vulnerability data with Java vulnerabilities submitted to the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) program. We begin by reviewing Java's architecture and patch statistics to identify a set of vulnerable Java components. We then highlight the top five vulnerability types seen in ZDI researcher submissions that impact these JRE components and emphasize their recent historical significance. The presentation continues with an in-depth look at specific weaknesses in several Java sub-components, including vulnerability details and examples of how the vulnerabilities manifest and what vulnerability researchers should look for when auditing the component. Finally, we discuss how attackers typically leverage weaknesses in Java. We focus on specific vulnerability types attackers and exploit kits authors are using and what they are doing beyond the vulnerability itself to compromise machines. We conclude with details on the vulnerabilities that were used in this year's Pwn2Own competition and review steps Oracle has taken to address recent issues uncovered in Java. Brian Gorenc (@MaliciousInput, @thezdi) is the Manager of Vulnerability Research in HP's Security Research organization. His primary responsibility is running the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) program and doing root cause analysis on ZDI submissions. Brian's current research centers on discovering vulnerabilities in popular software, analyzing attack techniques, and identifying vulnerability trends. Prior to joining HP he worked for Lockheed Martin on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program where he led the development effort of the Information Assurance (IA) products in the JSF's mission planning environment. Jasiel Spelman (@WanderingGlitch) is a vulnerability analyst and exploit developer for the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) program. His primary role involves performing root cause analysis on ZDI submissions to determine exploitability, followed by developing exploits for accepted cases. Prior to being part of ZDI, he was a member of the Digital Vaccine team where he wrote exploits for ZDI submissions and helped develop the ReputationDV service from TippingPoint. Jasiel's focus started off in the networking world but then shifted to development until transitioning to security. He has a B.A. in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin.
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4.Database Auditing (DBA) | Oracle Database security
 
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Hi friends today i will explain briefly how to audit changes of end user for security prupose. #DatabaseAuditing Oracle database Unbeatable,Unbreakable Platform.
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Oracle Database Security in the Cloud
 
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From the perspective of a database security consultancy, what security requirements change when you move to the Cloud? Assuming an effective database security program is in place, arguably moving to the Cloud should be an easy transition. Moving to the Cloud requires strengthening several key components of a database security program. This presentation first discusses the security differences for Oracle databases among the IAAS, PAAS, and traditional hosting delivery models. Next, the seven key components of an effective database security program are reviewed, noting what changes when databases are moved to the Cloud. In particular, the presentation focuses on what needs to be in place to effectively manage privileged users and to protect sensitive data when databases are moved to Cloud IAAS or a PAAS delivery models.
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Track and remediate potential database vulnerabilities with SQL Vulnerability Assessment Data ......
 
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- Track and remediate potential database vulnerabilities with SQL Vulnerability Assessment - JR Mayberry joins Scott Hanselman to discuss protecting applications on Azure from Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks with the Azure DDoS Protection service. Azure resources now have access to the same DDoS Protection technology that protects other Microsoft online services, such as Xbox Live and Office 365 - Vulnerability Assessment is a scanning service built into Azure SQL Database. The service employs a knowledge base of rules that identify security vulnerabilities and deviations from best practices, such as misconfigurations, excessive permissions, and exposed sensitive data. Results of the assessment include actionable steps to resolve each issue and customized remediation scripts where applicable. The assessment report can be customized for each environment and tailored to specific requirements. Subscribe & More Videos: https://goo.gl/UtNqML Thank for watching, Please Like Share And SUBSCRIBE!!!
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TNS Poison Attack.avi
 
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This video describes the Oracle TNS vulnerability that was discovered in 2008 and left un-patched until April of this year. Here are some links that describes this vulnerability and how it can be exploited: http://arstechnica.com/business/2012/04/release-of-exploit-code-puts-oracle-database-users-at-risk-of-attack/ http://seclists.org/fulldisclosure/2012/Apr/204
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Exploit-db Hacked
 
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