STIGQter STIGQter: STIG Summary: Akamai KSD Service Impact Level 2 ALG Security Technical Implementation Guide Version: 1 Release: 1 Benchmark Date: 12 Sep 2017: To protect against data mining, Kona Site Defender providing content filtering must prevent SQL injection attacks launched against data storage objects, including, at a minimum, databases, database records, and database fields.

DISA Rule

SV-91103r1_rule

Vulnerability Number

V-76407

Group Title

SRG-NET-000318-ALG-000152

Rule Version

AKSD-WF-000011

Severity

CAT II

CCI(s)

Weight

10

Fix Recommendation

Configure the Kona Site Defender to block traffic for organizationally defined HTTP protocol violations, HTTP policy violations, SQL injection, remote file inclusion, cross-site scripting, command injection attacks, and any applicable custom rules.

The Akamai Professional Services team should be consulted to implement this Fix content due to the complexities involved. In most cases, this should be included in the SLA.

1. Log in to the Akamai Luna Portal (https://control.akamai.com).
2. Click the "Configure" tab.
3. Under the "Security" section, select "Security Configuration".
4. If prompted for which product to use, select "Site Defender" and then "Continue".
5. Under the "Security Configurations" section, click on the most recent version under the "Production" column for the security configuration being reviewed.
6. The detailed "Security Configuration" page will load listing the protected host names and applicable policies.
7. Select the policy being reviewed and click the "Edit" button.
8. Enable the "Application Layer Controls" box and the "Slow POST Protection" box.
9. Click the "Next" button and set each of the following "KRS Rule Set" rules to "Deny".
- SQL Injection
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Command Injection
- Invalid HTTP
- Remote File Inclusion
- PHP Injection (when PHP is used)
- Trojan
- Total Request Score (Inbound)
- Total Response Score (Outbound)
- DDOS
10. Click the "Next" button and follow the prompts to complete the process.

Check Contents

Confirm Kona Site Defender is configured to block traffic for organizationally defined HTTP protocol violations, HTTP policy violations, SQL injection, remote file inclusion, cross-site scripting, command injection attacks, and any applicable custom rules:

1. Log in to the Akamai Luna Portal (https://control.akamai.com).
2. Click the "Configure" tab.
3. Under the "Security" section, select "Security Configuration".
4. If prompted for which product to use, select "Site Defender" and then "Continue".
5. Under the "Security Configurations" section, click on the most recent version under the "Production" column for the security configuration being reviewed.
6. The detailed "Security Configuration" page will load listing the protected host names and applicable policies.
7. Select the policy being reviewed.
8. Verify the "Application Layer Controls" checkbox is enabled.
9. Verify the following "KRS Rule Set" rules are set to "Deny".
- SQL Injection
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Command Injection
- Invalid HTTP
- Remote File Inclusion
- PHP Injection (when PHP is used)
- Trojan
- Total Request Scor4e (Inbound)
- Total Response Score (Outbound)
- DDOS
10. Verify the "Enabled Slow POST Protection" section appears.

If the application layer controls are not set to "Deny" mode or slow POST protection does not appear, this is a finding.

Vulnerability Number

V-76407

Documentable

False

Rule Version

AKSD-WF-000011

Severity Override Guidance

Confirm Kona Site Defender is configured to block traffic for organizationally defined HTTP protocol violations, HTTP policy violations, SQL injection, remote file inclusion, cross-site scripting, command injection attacks, and any applicable custom rules:

1. Log in to the Akamai Luna Portal (https://control.akamai.com).
2. Click the "Configure" tab.
3. Under the "Security" section, select "Security Configuration".
4. If prompted for which product to use, select "Site Defender" and then "Continue".
5. Under the "Security Configurations" section, click on the most recent version under the "Production" column for the security configuration being reviewed.
6. The detailed "Security Configuration" page will load listing the protected host names and applicable policies.
7. Select the policy being reviewed.
8. Verify the "Application Layer Controls" checkbox is enabled.
9. Verify the following "KRS Rule Set" rules are set to "Deny".
- SQL Injection
- Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
- Command Injection
- Invalid HTTP
- Remote File Inclusion
- PHP Injection (when PHP is used)
- Trojan
- Total Request Scor4e (Inbound)
- Total Response Score (Outbound)
- DDOS
10. Verify the "Enabled Slow POST Protection" section appears.

If the application layer controls are not set to "Deny" mode or slow POST protection does not appear, this is a finding.

Check Content Reference

M

Target Key

3165

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