Last Updated: 2013-12-30 03:25:21 UTC
by Johannes Ullrich (Version: 1)
For the last few years, we have been using subversion to manage our source code and move code live. One thing we overlooked was the fact that the .svn directories were exposed on our web server. Thanks to Ehraz and Umraz Ahmed ( #securityexe and #umrazahmed on twitter) for reporting this problem to us.
As a solution, we made a couple of configuration changes:
- prevented access to the directories via a "<Directory>" directive,
- added respective rules to our web application firewall.
Last Updated: 2013-12-28 19:18:12 UTC
by Bojan Zdrnja (Version: 1)
Last Updated: 2013-12-28 02:03:32 UTC
by Russ McRee (Version: 1)
Hope you had a fabulous Christmas for those who celebrate it, for those who do not, a hearty cheers to you!
In the spirit of a fabulous weekly service, DRG Weekend Reads, provided by our friends over at the Dragon Research Group, and courtesy of reader and contributor Gebhard, I offer you an additional list of great weekend reading items.
- Symantec: Hackers Spend Christmas Break Launching Large Scale NTP-Reflection Attacks
- WhiteHat Security: Why com.com Should Scare You
- Zscaler: Infection found on ‘feedburner.com’
- Ditto Forensic FieldStation, multiple vulnerabilities
Krebs On Security: Who’s Selling Credit Cards from Target?