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Authorization 8

Do not make assumptions about the order or previous actions of a user. Re-perform authorization checks at each and every step.

How to play?

Tom can bypass business rules by altering the usual process sequence or flow, or by undertaking the process in the incorrect order, or by manipulating date and time values used by the application, or by using valid features for unintended purposes, or by otherwise manipulating control data


Owasp ASVS (4.0): 4.1.2 ,4.2.1 ,4.3.3 ,7.3.4 ,11.1.1 ,11.1.2

Capec: 25 ,39 ,74 ,162 ,166 ,207

Owasp SCP: 10,32,93,94,189

Owasp Appsensor: ACE3

Safecode: 8,10,11,12

ASVS (4.0) Cheatsheetseries Index

ASVS V4.1 - General Access Control Design

ASVS V4.2 - Operation Level Access Control

ASVS V4.3 - Other Access Control Considerations

ASVS V7.3 - Log Protection Requirements

ASVS V11.1 - Business Logic Security Requirements


SQL Injection

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

(Session) Data tampering

Privilege escalation

Session Hijacking (Man-in-the-Middle)

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