IDORs: What are they and how do you test for them?

What is it

IDOR: Insecure Direct Object Reference

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These types of vulnerabilities arise from acces control issues. We will devote another entire chapter to those types of vulnerabilities. The term IDOR was made popular in by appearing in the OWASP top 10 but in reality it’s simply another type of Broken Access Control issue. IDORs can manifest in…

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