FTP credentials exposure
Attacker can get unauthorized access of FTP credentials.
Security Misconfiguration (SM)
How this template works
The template uses API selection filters to specify the criteria for selecting the API requests to be executed. In this case, it filters the requests based on the response code, ensuring that it is greater than or equal to 200 and less than 300. It also extracts the URL from the response and assigns it to the variable "urlVar".
The template defines a single request to be executed. It modifies the URL by appending "/ftpsync.settings" to the extracted URL stored in the "urlVar" variable. This modified URL is then used to make the API request.
After executing the request, the template validates the response. It checks if the response code is equal to 200 and if the response payload contains specific keywords such as "FTPSync", "overwrite_newer_prevention", and "default_folder_permissions". If these conditions are met, the validation is considered successful.
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