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IPdiva Mediation Login Panel - Detect

By kannthu

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What is the "IPdiva Mediation Login Panel - Detect?"

The "IPdiva Mediation Login Panel - Detect" module is designed to detect the presence of the IPdiva Mediation login panel. This module focuses on identifying misconfigurations or vulnerabilities related to the IPdiva Mediation software. The severity of the detected issues is classified as informative. The original author of this module is ritikchaddha.


The impact of the IPdiva Mediation login panel detection module is primarily to provide information about the presence of the login panel. It does not directly indicate any specific security risks or vulnerabilities. However, the detection of the login panel may suggest potential areas for further investigation to ensure proper configuration and security measures.

How does the module work?

The module works by sending HTTP requests to specific endpoints ("/mediation/domains" and "/mediation/authenticate") related to the IPdiva Mediation software. It then applies matching conditions to determine if the IPdiva Mediation login panel is present.

Matching conditions:

- The module checks the headers of the HTTP response for the presence of the phrase "IPdiva mediation". - It also examines the body of the response for the occurrence of the term "IPdiva Secure".

If either of these conditions is met, the module considers the IPdiva Mediation login panel to be detected.

Example HTTP request:

GET /mediation/domains
GET /mediation/authenticate

Note: The above example represents the endpoints that the module targets for detection. The actual requests may contain additional headers or parameters depending on the specific configuration.

Module preview

Concurrent Requests (1)
1. HTTP Request template
Matching conditions
word: IPdiva mediationor
word: IPdiva Secure
Passive global matcher
No matching conditions.
On match action
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