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mashery takeover detection

By kannthu

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What is the "mashery takeover detection?" module?

The "mashery takeover detection" module is designed to detect potential takeover vulnerabilities in the Mashery software. It is a high severity module that aims to identify misconfigurations or vulnerabilities that could lead to unauthorized access or control of the Mashery system.

This module was authored by pdteam.


If a takeover vulnerability is present in the Mashery software, it could allow malicious actors to gain unauthorized access to sensitive data, manipulate API endpoints, or disrupt the normal functioning of the system. This can result in data breaches, service disruptions, and potential financial losses.

How does the module work?

The "mashery takeover detection" module works by analyzing HTTP requests and applying specific matching conditions to identify potential takeover vulnerabilities. It uses a set of predefined conditions to check for misconfigurations or signs of vulnerability in the Mashery software.

One example of a matching condition used in this module is the check for unrecognized domains. If the module detects an unrecognized domain in the HTTP response, it may indicate a potential vulnerability that could be exploited for a takeover.

It is important to note that the module does not provide the exact JSON definitions or code snippets used for the detection. Instead, it focuses on the technical aspects of the module and its purpose in identifying takeover vulnerabilities in the Mashery software.

For more information about this module, you can refer to the reference provided by the original author.

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Passive global matcher
dsl: Host != ipand
word: Unrecognized domain <strong>
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