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webflow takeover detection

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What is the "webflow takeover detection?"

The "webflow takeover detection" module is designed to detect potential takeover vulnerabilities in web applications built using the Webflow platform. 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 focuses on identifying misconfigurations or vulnerabilities that could be exploited to perform a takeover.

This module has a severity level of high, indicating that the identified vulnerabilities could have a significant impact on the security of the targeted web applications.

The original author of this module is pdteam.


If a takeover vulnerability is successfully exploited, an attacker could gain unauthorized access to the targeted web application. This could result in various consequences, including:

- Data breaches - Unauthorized access to sensitive information - Defacement of the website - Disruption of services

How does the module work?

The "webflow takeover detection" module works by performing specific tests and checks to identify potential takeover vulnerabilities in web applications. It utilizes HTTP request templates and matching conditions to analyze the responses received from the target application.

One example of a matching condition used by this module is the detection of a specific HTML response containing the message "<p class="description">The page you are looking for doesn't exist or has been moved.</p>". If this response is found, it indicates a potential misconfiguration or vulnerability that could be exploited for a takeover.

By analyzing the responses and applying various matching conditions, the module aims to identify any indications of takeover vulnerabilities in web applications built using the Webflow platform.

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Concurrent Requests (0)
Passive global matcher
dsl: Host != ipand
word: <p class="description">The page you are ...
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