“The call to kill Adobe’s Flash in favour of HTML5 is rising...” This and similar statements mean...
“The call to kill Adobe’s Flash in favour of HTML5 is rising...” This and similar statements mean that many web applications might now contain old and vulnerable SWF files as their developers have to concentrate on developing non-Flash contents. We may all hope that we never have to see Flash files ever again! However, as long as web browsers continue their support for Flash, web applications can be vulnerable to client-side issues and it is important for a penetration tester or a bug bounty hunter to have the right skills to find vulnerable SWF files. This presentation aids eager testers to identify security issues in the SWF files manually and automatically using certain techniques and tools.