Snapshot: SAML Vulnerabilities - 70723

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On August 10th, 2012, the University of Bochum (German Ruhr-Universität Bochum) published a research paper titled On breaking SAML: Be whoever you want to be . In that paper the authors provide an analysis of potential security weaknesses in SAML. They analyzed 11 out of 14 major SAML frameworks. Eleven of these frameworks showed XML Signature wrapping (XSW) vulnerabilities. The authors of the research paper claim that attackers thus can take “whatever identity they want”...

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Aug 15, 2012

Snapshot: SAML Vulnerabilities - 70723

On August 10th, 2012, the University of Bochum (German Ruhr-Universität Bochum) published a research paper titled On breaking SAML: Be whoever you want to be . In that paper the authors provide an analysis of potential security weaknesses in SAML. They analyzed 11 out of 14 major SAML…

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