Engineering Secure Software and Systems: Second by Francesco Gadaleta, Yves Younan, Wouter Joosen (auth.),

By Francesco Gadaleta, Yves Younan, Wouter Joosen (auth.), Fabio Massacci, Dan Wallach, Nicola Zannone (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the refereed court cases of the second one overseas Symposium on Engineering safe software program and platforms, ESSoS 2010, held in Pisa, Italy, in February 2010.

The nine revised complete papers provided including eight rules papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from fifty eight submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on assault research and prevention, coverage verification and enforcement, and safe procedure and software program development.

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Unfortunately, the protection offered by the SOP is insufficient. Although the SOP prevents the requesting script from accessing the cookies or DOM properties of a page from another origin, it does not prevent an attacker from making requests to other origins. The attacker can still trigger new requests and use cached credentials, even though the SOP prevents the attacker from processing responses sent back from the server. On top of SOP, client-side countermeasures exist to monitor and filter crossdomain requests.

We will discuss the traffic by pointing out how the requests are distributed in the total data set. g. com. These detailed results are consistent with one million earlier recorded requests, as reported in [13]. A first overview, presented in Table 1, shows the distribution between the different request methods (GET, POST and other). Striking is that for the strict SOP, almost 43% of the requests are cross-domain. For the relaxed SOP, this is nearly 33%. The number of cross-domain requests is dominated by GET requests, with the POST requests having a minimal share.

Aside from one minor issue with sites spanning multiple top-level domains, no degrading effects where monitored, while all CSRF attack scenarios where successfully prevented. Even on mashup sites and sites using SSO mechanisms, no problems where detected. The solution in this paper is not yet perfect and there is still room for improvement. Future research will focus on the refinement of the composition of a client-side policy and server-provided policies. The policies need to be extended to include other traffic besides GET and POST.

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