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Persistent XSS Demo Application

Introduction

As part of my Software Security classes, I've decided to make this app which
simulates a persistent XSS attack, using a target application made using PHP and
a session-grabbing server.

Requirements

  • Docker 1.3.2 or later

Pre-setup

Usually I teach my classes in a very low bandwidth environment, so I prefer
to ask my students to prep the machines prior to class. If this is your case,
download the image like this:

docker pull injcristianrojas/simple-xss-example

Usage

Start the listener server first:

docker run -it --rm --name grabber_server -p 8181:80 injcristianrojas/simple-xss-example

Next, the victim application:

docker run -it --rm --name victim_server --privileged=true -p 8282:80 -v ${PWD}/app:/var/www/ injcristianrojas/simple-xss-example

Now, pay attention at the server logs on the grabbing server, go to
http://localhost:8282 and have fun!

Getting inside

To get inside either machine, issue:

docker exec -it <machine_name> /bin/bash

Standalone use

  • PHP-CLI (Command Line Interface) 5.4.0 or better
  • PHP PDO package (for sqlite3 support)

To fulfill these, do the following:

  • For RPM-based systems (Fedora, RHEL, CentOS): sudo yum install php-cli php-pdo
  • For DEB-based systems (Ubuntu, Debian): sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install php5-cli php5-sqlite

Start the session-grabbing server:

php -S localhost:8181

Then start the target app:

cd app
php -S localhost:8282

Go to the app at http://localhost:8282 and have fun!

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