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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Distribution to train GameOver web security



GameOver is a project that aims to train and educate newbies in web basic safety and help you understand the main existing web attacks. It is a distribution Voyage Linux (based on Debian) that application has two sections: 

Section 1. Collection of web applications designed specifically to teach the basics of web security, covering XSS, CSRF, RFI and LFI, brute force authentication , path traversal, command execution and SQL injection:

1. Damn Vulneable Web Application
2. OWASP WebGoat

3. Ghost 
4. Mutillidae Zap-Wave

Section 2. Collection of deliberately insecure applications to practice and test our skills before conducting a penetration test in a real environment: 

1. Owasp Hacademic Challenges
2. Vicnum Owasp 
3. WackoPicko
4. Owasp Insecure Web App
5. BodgeIT
6. PuzzleMall
7. WAVSEP
To test you can download the virtual machine (VM need Player 4.0.2 or higher and at least 256 MB of RAM) or for a LiveCD ISO: 

username : root 
password : gameover

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