If you are using AppScan Source Version or higher and have an Application Security on You can specify the file name with or without file extension. hi, i need help with IBM Security AppScan Source for Analysis Versión: the csproj file I believe it will use the c# file extensions automatically. v AppScan is a “Black-Box” (DAST) tool, and scans your site using the same In the Exclude File Types pane, make sure the check boxes of the file types that.
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Watson Product Search Search. None of iibm above, continue with my search. In some scenarios, a particular value of a parameter may need to be used to attain a proper response or state possibly in-session with a target application.
Sending the incorrect value will result in such a request failing. You will need to define one or now custom parameters containing a regular expression to match only the value desired and track the custom parameter instead of the default one Appscan detected. The two examples below shows how to configure the custom parameter s.
More info on custom ffiletype can be found in the Help file, and there are numerous resources online to learn regular expressions. As a starting point let’s assume the target application already uses the above for a login mechanism but has other forms on a page after you log in that use param1 as a CSRF token or some other component needed for proper navigation.
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As a result of submitting the wrong values the result fieltype be an error response leading to a potential coverage gap in your scan. Say there is a main page similar to below. United States English English. How to configure Appscan Standard and AppScan Enterprise to use a specific parameter value when multiple values exist on a page.
Cause In some scenarios, a particular value of a parameter may need to be used to attain a proper response or state possibly in-session with a target application. Login tracking Let’s assume that the target application on the following request: Note that the param1 parameter is defined twice.
By default, if you are tracking param1, Appscans will use the last update of that parameter on a page, that is: In this case the following regular expression for Response Pattern may work: The same technique can be used for parameters in the Query or Path, and multiple groupings can be applied to your regex.
Also in some situations you may need to use a condition pattern to match the Body, Query, or Path if you only want to use the value matched by this parameter on requests meeting a certain criteria.
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Once the custom appscna is applied in Appscan im will need to: Re-record the login if applicable to this parameter Untrack the default parameter for param1 appscan detected Track the Custom Parameter for param1 If a single session or token value is assigned once you are logged in, this is usually all that is required. For multiple token values are used to maintain session, navigation, state, or CSRF protection see Example 2.
Multiple Forms on one page, coverage issue As a starting point let’s assume the target application already uses the above for a login mechanism but has other forms on a page after you log in that use param1 as a CSRF token or some other component needed for proper navigation.
In this scenario you will first need to update the custom parameter in the previous login request to contain a condition usw matching the rest of the POST body on that request so it is only used on that requestusually such requests may contain user input such as a login or some other element you could use to make your regex distinct to that POST body.
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