Get to the Bottom of False Positives: Potential false positives arising and how to avoid them.
While most false positives result from the misconfiguration of scans, this video series will help you understand what causes them and how to avoid or reduce them. After watching this video, you will be able to:
- Identify the most common causes of false positives.
- Avoid false positives by packaging the applications correctly and selecting correct entry points.
Timestamps for video:
0:00 – 0:07 - Intro
0:08 – 0:46 - An example of a potential false positive resulted from an incorrectly packaged application.
0:47 – 1:50 - Packaging requirements for .Net applications.
1:51 – 2:20 - Using the Attack Vector to find the flaw location when line numbers are not present due to incorrect packaging.
2:21 – 3:41 - Review the modules to identify potential false positives arouse from incorrectly selected entry points.
3:45 – 5:03 - Module selection: what should and should not be packaged.