CYB_240_Module_Four_Lab_Worksheet.docx - CYB 240 Module Four Lab Worksheet Complete this worksheet by replacing the bracketed phrases in the Response

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CYB 240 Module Four Lab Worksheet Complete this worksheet by replacing the bracketed phrases in the Response column with the relevant information. Lab: Remote and Local Exploitation Prompt Response In the lab section “Privilege Escalation,” Step 8 , insert your name at the command line below the output and include it in your screenshot. Privilege escalation is a topic that is recurring throughout cybersecurity. What does the term mean, and why should security specialists be concerned about it? In short, it is when someone (either with their account or access to another’s account) gains access that certificate is not authorized to access. This creates many problems. With escalated access there is no limit to the damage the attacker can do. The extent of the damage would not be known for a long while. This is why certificates need to be of short life and passwords need to be specific formats as well as changed on a regular basis.
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Unformatted text preview: R> arr for skin Lab: HTMLi Vulnerability and Mitigation Prompt Response In the lab section “Analysis of the Vulnerability,” Step 21 , insert your name at the command line below the output and include it in your screenshot. Prompt Response In the lab section “Verifying the Control Works,” take a screenshot after Step 4 . Like any other language, PHP eventually has deprecated commands. How can webpages or other web applications mitigate the risk of having deprecated code in the code base that can be exploited? As stated, all languages have shortcomings. The most important thing coders can do is make sure they have verified all loose ends are tied up as they code. Then go back when they are done and verify the code is secure. Then place the code into a test environment *sandbox* and try to exploit it. Then its as ready as can be to go live. Once live, regularly test it for exploitable points....
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