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RE: Hacme Bank
From: "Jeremy Junginger" <jj () act com>
Date: Thu, 9 Sep 2004 07:34:40 -0700

Great tool!  Lesson 1 a nice way to integrate the nexgenss advanced sql
injection techniques into a simulated environment.  I have a question,
though, and it may be misconfiguration on the server side on my part, but
after I've logged in successfully with inserted account credentials and I
click on account details, I get thrown back to
http://redmrtg/hacmebank/Login.aspx?lmsg=Re-login  Any tips?  Thanks!

-----Original Message-----
From: Rush Molekilla [mailto:molekilla () gmail com] 
Sent: Thursday, September 09, 2004 6:28 AM
To: Mark Curphey
Cc: webappsec () securityfocus com; pen-test () securityfocus com
Subject: Re: Hacme Bank

Nice app!

The only problem I had while trying to hack ASP.NET Application in localhost
with my tool (Ecyware GreenBlue Inspector) is that both use the .NET thread

But nice ASP.NET, super great.


Rogelio Morrell C.

On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 10:03:43 -0400, Mark Curphey <mark () curphey com> wrote:
Just to let you know in the next hour or so the links should go live 
to our new free tool, Hacme Bank on the Foundstone web site 

You can see the press release here;


It's an online banking application written in C# ASP.NET (requires IIS
and .NET framework 1.1 to install) with a set of security holes 
replicating real world things we have found in client engagements over
the last 9 months. It serves as a "real world" training application 
for web application pen testing and education for developers.

Its free for non-commercial use and we are already working on the next
version to include some more user management issues.

All of the lessons are screen captured and documented so you can step 
through all of the issues. These are in a "User and Solution Guide" 
PDF in the web root by default.

It is not designed to be a good benchmarking platform for automated 
tools but it is interesting to compare the results of your favorite 
tools with the holes in the bank (we have done this) or put it behind 
a "web app firewall" (no uptake from my recent challenge I am afraid, 
go figure!).

The experienced can start attacking the login field when installed and
the less experienced can walk through the lesson plans.


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