The correct answer is C.
OBJ-1.3: This is an example of an XML injection. XML injection manipulates or compromises the logic of an XML application or service. The injection of unintended XML content and/or structures into an XML message can alter an application’s inattempting to modify the server’s XML structure. The original XML structure would be:
- . By using the URL above, this would be modified to the following:
- . The result would be that a new line was added in the XML document that could be processed by the server. This line would allow 10 of the product at $0.00 to be added to the shopping cart, while 0 of the product at $50.00 is added to the cart. This defeats the integrity of the e-commerce store’s add to carttended logic. XML Injection can cause the insertion of malicious content into resulting messages/documents. In this case, the URL is functionality through this XML injection. A SQL injection occurs when data input by a user is interpreted as a SQL command rather than as normal data by the backend database. A buffer overflow is an exploit that attempts to write data to a buffer and exceed that buffer’s boundary to overwrite an adjacent memory location. A session hijacking attack consists of exploiting the web session control mechanism, normally managed for a session token. The real key to answering this question is identifying the XML structured code being entered as part of the URL, shown by the bracketed data.