OWASP has a great website discussing SQL injection: The Open web application Security project is an effort to help the programming community in securing their websites And I will copy a couple of lines from their SQL_Injection_prevention_Cheat_sheet becasue it is important: Option #1: Use of Prepared Statements (Parameterized Queries) Option #2: Use of Stored Procedures […]
This is one of the many mindmaps from Aman Hardikar: You can see that it is not only network firewalls and websites that need to be reviewed. A security architecture needs to be developed from security principles within procedures and goals laid out within business objectives.
XSS is something every website should be aware of – test for it, because the bad hackers do. Netsparker is a good site to explain some of the potential attacks. The effect of XSS is to use the website to extract information, and even bypass the defenses of the server. In some cases if the […]
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Technet link – specific wording: The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted RTF file using an affected version of Microsoft Word, or previews or opens a specially crafted RTF email message in Microsoft Outlook while using Microsoft Word as the email viewer. An attacker who successfully exploited the […]