Since 2011 Netsparker scanned 396 open source web applications. The scanners identified 269 vulnerabilities and Netsparker published 114 advisories about the 0-day ones. 32 of the advisories include details about multiple vulnerabilities. According to the statistics above, around 30% of the open source web applications we scanned had some sort of direct impact vulnerability.
Out of the 269 vulnerabilities the Netsparker web vulnerability scanners identified:
- 180 were Cross-site Scripting vulnerabilities. These include reflected, stored, DOM Based XSS and XSS via RFI.
- 55 were SQL Injection vulnerabilities. These also include the Boolean and Blind (Time Based) SQL Injections.
- 16 were File Inclusion vulnerabilities, including both remote and local file inclusions.
The rest of the vulnerability types are CSRF, Remote Command Execution, Command Injection, Open Redirection, HTTP Header Injection (web server software issue) and Frame injection.
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