Laravel Debug Mode Enabled
Laravel debug mode enabled misconfiguration can expose sensitive information, potentially leading to security vulnerabilities.
Security Misconfiguration (SM)
How this template works
The API selection filters in this template specify the criteria for selecting the desired API endpoint. In this case, the filters include the response code range (between 200 and 299) and the extraction of a URL variable from the response.
The execute section of the template defines the type of request to be executed and provides instructions for modifying the request. In this example, a single request is made with the DELETE method, and the URL is modified using the extracted URL variable.
The validation section defines the criteria for validating the response payload. In this template, the response payload is expected to contain specific keywords related to Laravel debug mode, such as "laravel," "debug," "stack," and "trace." If the response payload meets these criteria, the validation is considered successful.
Frequently asked questions
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