Automate Your Hunting — Cache Poison

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Cache Poison is a bug commonly seen in web apps. This passage walks you through how you could automate your testing on such commonly seen bug in web application. If you are not familiar with the root cause and the principle behind, please refer to my previous post about how to hack the cache.

Installation of Tools

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