Drupal Security Presentation Resources

This articles features links and information from the Peerless design Security presentation from various Drupal Camps in the Eastern US. Audio from New Jersey's impromptu presentation can be found on the Drupal Camp NJ site for 2014. The PDF version contains all info removed to accommodate time constraints. The entire presentation is available in a white paper available here.

Presentation Files

Bmore Camp logo

 

Baltimore Drupal Camp 2014 Presentation

 

Drupaldelphia logo

 

Drupaldelphia Sept 2014 Presentation

 

 

For a copy of the presentation download the pdf or please contact me for other formats.

OWASP NIST Drupal

OWASP

OWASP Top 10(pdf)

NIST Cybersecurity Framework Website

NIST Cybersecurity Framework Current Version(pdf)

FISMA & NIST

Drupal Security Advisories

Drupal Secured Distribution

Drupal & OWASP

Vulnerability Drupal Modules
A1 - Injection Drupal Core, Security Review
A2 - Broken Authentication and Session Management Automated Logout, Session Limit, Username Enumeration Prevention, Secure Login, Password Policy, Login Security
A3 – Cross-Site Scripting (XSS): Input Filters(core), Security Kit, Content Security Policy, HTML Purifier
A4 – Insecure Direct Object References Drupal's rich permissions and access control system prevent unauthorized requests.
A5 – Security Misconfiguration: Security Review, Automated Logout, Session Limit, Username Enumeration Prevention Secure Login, Password Policy Login Security
A6 - Sensitive Data Exposure Automated Logout, Session Limit, Username Enumeration Prevention Secure Login, Password Policy, Login Security
A7 – Missing Function Level Access Control Drupal has an easy to use and manage, very granular user management system making it easy for site managers to set up and maintain
A8 - Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Security Kit, Content Security Policy, HTML Purifier
A9 - Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities Be sure to update your libraries. Server and Drupal
A10 – Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards Internal page redirects cannot be used to circumvent Drupal's integrated menu and access control system.

 

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