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Uberflip Takeover Detection

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What is the "Uberflip Takeover Detection?"

The "Uberflip Takeover Detection" module is designed to detect potential takeover vulnerabilities in the Uberflip software. Takeover vulnerabilities can allow unauthorized individuals to gain control over a website or application, potentially leading to data breaches or other security issues. This module is considered to have a high severity level, indicating that it poses a significant risk if left unaddressed.

This module was authored by pdteam.


If a takeover vulnerability is present in the Uberflip software, it could allow malicious actors to gain unauthorized access to the system. This could result in unauthorized data access, modification, or deletion, as well as potential disruption of services. It is crucial to address any identified vulnerabilities promptly to mitigate these risks.

How does the module work?

The "Uberflip Takeover Detection" module works by analyzing specific conditions and performing HTTP requests to identify potential takeover vulnerabilities. It utilizes matching conditions to determine if the target system exhibits signs of misconfiguration or vulnerability.

One example of a matching condition used by this module is the DSL (Domain Specific Language) matcher, which checks if the host is not an IP address. This condition helps identify potential misconfigurations where the host is not properly set up.

Another matching condition used is the word matcher, which checks for the presence of specific words or phrases. In this case, the module looks for the phrase "Non-hub domain, The URL you've accessed does not provide a hub." This can indicate a potential vulnerability related to the absence of a hub in the accessed URL.

By combining these matching conditions, the module can identify potential takeover vulnerabilities in the Uberflip software.

It is important to note that the module does not directly provide a fix for any identified vulnerabilities. Instead, it serves as a detection tool, alerting users to potential issues that require further investigation and remediation.

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Passive global matcher
dsl: Host != ipand
word: Non-hub domain, The URL you've accessed ...
On match action
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