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Site:
Scanned Site(s):
1
IP Address:
172.67.149.161
Report Time:
22 Oct 2020 00:09:38 UTC
Checks:
Window Referrer
Window Opener
Comments
Enabled Debugging
Unsafe Functions
Warning:
Please have a look at the security issues / warnings in the report.
Security Issues
Window Referrer
  • window.open("http://www.ip2location.com/"+$(".txtIP").val());[http://1gom.org/]
  • window.open(stlib.sharer.sharerUrl+d,(new Date()).valueOf(),"scrollbars=1, status=1, height=480, width=640, resizable=1")}else{window.open(stlib.sharer.sharerUrl+d)}}e?e():null}};stlib.scriptLoader={loadJavascript:function(b,d){var a=stlib.scriptLoader;a.head=document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0];a.scriptSrc=b;a.script=document.createElement("script");[https://ws.sharethis.com/button/buttons.js]
Warnings
Comments
Comments should be removed from the public code of a web application, since it can give an aggressor critical insights into the inner structure of the program. By using this information, the attacker could easier understand how the user session is handled by javascript or figure out the pathway data is sent to the server.
  • /*! jQuery v1.7.2 jquery.com | jquery.org/license */[http://1gom.org/jquery/jquery-1.7.2.js]
  • /*$0*/[http://1gom.org/jquery/jquery-1.7.2.js]
  • /*Frame static by Google Network Ads*/[https://js.aztraffic.net/1gom.js]
  • /*aztraffic,cashbaidu,plesk17*/[https://js.aztraffic.net/1gom.js]
  • /*powered by Google INC*/[https://js.aztraffic.net/1gom.js]
  • /*! * jQuery UI 1.8.1 * * Copyright (c) 2010 AUTHORS.txt (http://jqueryui.com/about) * Dual licensed under the MIT (MIT-LICENSE.txt) * and GPL (GPL-LICENSE.txt) licenses. * * http://docs.jquery.com/UI */[http://1gom.org/jquery/jquery-ui.min.js]
  • /* Dinh dang so cho du lieu thuoc tai chinh danh cho field */[http://1gom.org/Script/1gom/system.js]
  • /* (st.substr(i,1)!=".")&& */[http://1gom.org/Script/1gom/system.js]
  • /* Dinh dang so cho du lieu thuoc tai chinh danh cho field */[http://1gom.org/Script/1gom/system.js]
  • /*, marginLeft:'80%'*/[http://1gom.org/Script/1gom/system.js]
  • /*jQuery.msgBox plugin Copyright 2011, Halil İbrahim KalyoncuLicense: BSDmodified by Oliver Kopp, 2012. * added support for configurable image paths * a new msgBox can be shown within an existing msgBox*/[http://1gom.org/jquery/jquery.msgBox/Scripts/jquery.msgBox.js]
  • /*contact :halil@ibrahimkalyoncu.comkoppdev@googlemail.com*/[http://1gom.org/jquery/jquery.msgBox/Scripts/jquery.msgBox.js]
  • /* var shadowprop = ["boxShadow", "MozBoxShadow", "WebkitBoxShadow", "MsBoxShadow"] //possible vendor specific CSS3 shadow properties for (var i = 0; i < shadowprop.length; i++) { $toplevelul.css(shadowprop[i], css3shadow) } */[http://1gom.org/template/1gom/menu/ddsmoothmenu.js]
Enabled Debugging
The JavaScript debugging functions should always removed after development stage, because they could expose informations on the inner workings of the code. In production, it is a loophole and could show a possible attacker where to find possibly exploitable vulnerabilities or interesting variables.
  • console.log(b)}stlib.debug.messages.push(b)},show:function(a){for(message in stlib.debug.messages){if((typeof console)!="undefined"){if(a){/ERROR/.test(stlib.debug.messages[message])?console.log(stlib.debug.messages[message]):null}else{console.log(stlib.debug.messages[message])}}}},showError:function(){stlib.debug.show(true)}};var _$d=function(a){stlib.debug.debug(a,stlib.debugOn)};var _$d0=function(){_$d(" ")};var _$d_=function(){_$d("___________________________________________")};var _$d1=function(a){_$d(_$dt()+"| "+a)};var _$d2=function(a){_$d(_$dt()+"| * "+a)};var _$de=function(a){_$d(_$dt()+"ERROR: "+a)};var _$dt=function(){var b=new Date();[https://ws.sharethis.com/button/buttons.js]
  • console.log(e)}catch(e){}}function t(e){return d.innerHTML='<a href="'+e.replace(/"/g,""")+'"></a>',d.childNodes[0].getAttribute("href")||""}function r(e,t){var r=e.substr(t,2);[http://1gom.org/cdn-cgi/scripts/5c5dd728/cloudflare-static/email-decode.min.js]
Unsafe Functions
eval() is eval! This functions and similar ones (document.write(), document.writeln(), element.innerHTML, element.outerHTML, element.insertAdjacentHTML()) should never be used in production stage of a website, because the parsing of the executable string is often not secure and result therefore often in a cross-site scripting vulnerability. Instead of these functions create html elements by script and add it to the DOM object.
  • document.write(img);[http://1gom.org/]
  • document.write(unescape("%3Cscript src=%27http://s10.histats.com/js15.js%27 type=%27text/javascript%27%3E%3C/script%3E"));[http://1gom.org/]
  • eval(targ + ".location='" + selObj.options[selObj.selectedIndex].value + "'");[http://1gom.org/Script/1gom/system.js]
  • eval(""+c);[https://ws.sharethis.com/button/buttons.js]
Additional Information
Link Opener
The window.open("https://example.com/", "_blanc", "noopener"); attribute should always be added to the window.open() function, which open a site in a new tab, to reduce the risk of reverse tabnabbing. Otherwise javascript on the new page has full control over the previous visited page, including permission to change the DOM object and possibly steal session cookies.
Link Referrer
The window.open("https://example.com/", "_blanc", "referrer"); attribute should always be added to the window.open() function to prevent reverse tabnabbing for older browser, which do not support the noopener attribute and to prevent phishing attacks.
Comments
Comments should be removed from the public code of a web application, since it can give an aggressor critical insights into the inner structure of the program. By using this information, the attacker could easier understand how the user session is handled by javascript or figure out the pathway data is sent to the server.
Enabled Debugging
The JavaScript debugging functions should always removed after development stage, because they could expose informations on the inner workings of the code. In production, it is a loophole and could show a possible attacker where to find possibly exploitable vulnerabilities or interesting variables.
Unsafe Functions
eval() is eval! This functions and similar ones (document.write(), document.writeln(), element.innerHTML, element.outerHTML, element.insertAdjacentHTML()) should never be used in production stage of a website, because the parsing of the executable string is often not secure and result therefore often in a cross-site scripting vulnerability. Instead of these functions create html elements by script and add it to the DOM object.
Scanned URL(s)
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