The video is presented by ISOEH student Budhaditya Bose, moderated by our faculty Mr. Sanchayan Bhaumik.
An Operating System (OS) command injection attack occurs when an attacker attempts to execute system level commands through a vulnerable web application. Applications are considered vulnerable to the OS command injections if they can be manipulated into executing unauthorized system commands via the web interface.
These high-impact attacks basically involve the injecting of malicious commands into valid commands. Meta-characters (&, |, //;) are usually used to merge commands and create malicious OS Command Injections.
Just like SQL injections, OS Command injections can be either blind or error-based, with error-based ones being more severe due to their transparent and obvious nature.
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