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RE: ASP security in HTML pages
From: "Wolf, Yonah" <Yonah.Wolf () ujc org>
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2004 09:36:55 -0400
I am not quite sure what you are asking?
Are you asking about 'Classic' asp? Classic ASP code is intertwined with HTML in a .ASP file. It is executed
server side. The end user cannot 'see' the ASP code, even if they look at the source because the code is executed at
run time and never sent to the browser. So long as your server and the original code is secure then end users can't see
that from the browser because the browser needs to be able to read it to execute the code.
Or, are you talking about an ASP application that you plan on selling/deploying and putting on a clients'
server. And not wanting them to get access to the code? If this is the case, and you are using ASP.NET you can use the
code obfuscator to blur the code. If you're using classic ASP, I believe you are S.O.O.L.
From: Bénoni MARTIN [mailto:Benoni.MARTIN () libertis ga]
Sent: Tuesday, June 22, 2004 7:42 AM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com; webappsec () securityfocus com
Subject: ASP security in HTML pages
I have been googling around to know how secure can be ASP code, and I found what follows:
- For a newbee, impossible to get the asp scripts inserted in an HTML page as they are not displayed in the client's
- Instead of just letting the ASP code in the HTML pages, we can create some DLLs for example, but a not-to-bad skilled
hacker can get and reverse them.
So, my question to you, skilled-people :) is: is there a way to get the asp scripts in a page the server does not send
when a client's request arrives? There should be a way to ^perform that, but how tough is it?
Thanks in advance, folks!