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How to find OPTIONS method Enable Vulnerability

How to find OPTIONS method Enable Vulnerability Today we are going to Learn various techniques to find OPTIONS Method Enable in Web-Application. To find HTTP Protocol methods and the tools used to extract those available HTTP methods in a web server. The HTTP protocol comprises of a number of methods that can be utilized to not only gather the information from the Web server but can also perform specific actions on the Web server. These techniques and methods are helpful for web application developers in the deployment and testing stage of web applications. GET and POST is the most well-known methods that are used to access and submit the information provided by a web server, respectively. HTTP Protocol allows various other methods as well, like PUT, CONNECT, TRACE, HEAD, DELETE. These methods can be used for malicious purposes if the webserver is left misconfigured and hence poses a major security risk for the web application, as this could allow an attacker to modify the files stored

10 most Linux termax centos redhat basic commands for Beginners

Linux  Termax Centos Redhat basic commands  you should know as a Beginner Today I will tell you the easiest way and most useful basic Linux commands. Open The Terminal by pressing CTRL + ALT + T, SHIFT + CTRL + N or by Clicking Application → Favourites → Terminal How to check in which Directory or Folder you are pwd           (Printing current working Directory) ls               (List containing File and Folder) ls -l            (List with File and Folder Details) ls -lah        (List with File and Folder Structure) cd              (Used for navigation) cd ..           (Back to the previous Directory) cd /             (Back to root Directory) rm              (Remove File) rmdir          (Remove Directory) rm -r           (Remove the empty file/folder) mkdir          (Make New Directory) cp                (copy) mv               (move file/folder) touch           (make new file) nano            (Text Editor)  vim              (Text Editor) cat                (Concatenate