OUR METHODS OF HACKING WEBSITE:
1. SQL INJECTION
2. CROSS SITE SCRIPTING
3. REMOTE FILE INCLUSION
4. LOCAL FILE INCLUSION
5. DDOS ATTACK
6. Payment Platform Database Attack
SQL INJECTION -SQL injection is a type of security exploit or loophole in which we used to “injects” SQL code through a web form or manipulate the URL’s based on SQL parameters. This exploits web applications that use client supplied SQL queries.
A less direct attack injects malicious code into strings that are destined for storage in a table or as metadata. When the stored strings are subsequently concatenated into a dynamic SQL command, the malicious code is executed.
CROSS SITE SCRIPTING
Cross site scripting (XSS) occurs when we inputs malicious data into a website, which causes the application to do something it wasn’t intended to do. XSS attacks are very popular and some of the biggest websites have been affected by them including the FBI, CNN, Ebay, Apple, Microsft, and AOL.
LOCAL FILE INCLUSION
Local File Inclusion (LFI) is only used when we have the ability to browse through the server by means of directory transversal. One of the most common uses of LFI is to discover the /etc/passwd file. This file contains the user information of a Linux system.
REMOTE FILE INCLUSION
Remote file inclusion is the most often found vulnerability on the website.
Remote File Inclusion (RFI) occurs when a remote file, usually a shell (a graphical interface for browsing remote files and running your own code on a server), We included this into a website which allows us to execute server side commands as the current logged on user, and have access to files on the server. With this power we can continue on to use local
exploits to escalate his privileges and take over the whole system.
RFI can lead to following serious things on website :
- Code execution on the web server
- Denial of Service (DoS)
- Data Theft/Manipulation
Simply called distributed denial of service attack. A denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) or distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS attack) is an attempt to make a computer resource unavailable to its intended users. Although the means to carry out, motives for, and targets of a DoS attack may vary, it generally consists of the concerted efforts of a person or people to prevent an Internet site or service from functioning efficiently or at all, temporarily or indefinitely.
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