AttackFlow Findings Dictionary

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Inadequate Deserialization Validation

The attacker may inject random code and execute on the application server side through insecure binary deserialization resulting in total ownage



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From early Remote Method Invocation (RMI) or CORBA implementations, Serialization/Deserialization is a key mechanism used for transferring a code state from one end to another. Serialization/Deserialization happens both in-process, inter-process and inter-network communications between same or different frameworks.

The serialization APIs provide a mechanism for deserialized classes to check the deserialized content at run-time. Here’s an example;

class RemoteMessage
String message;
public MessageResult SendAndSave()
/* process deserialized message */

The above serializable (annotated) class have no way to validate deserialized message before SendAndSave method is called and therefore more likely open to attacks.

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