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Is that CSV Secure?

Defining CSV injection vulnerabilities
Quill icon Jonathan Armas   Folder icon attacks   Tag icon security,  csv,  code,  web

Comma-Separated Values file (or CSV) is a type of file that stores tabular data, numbers and text in plain text. Each line of the file is a data record and each record consists of one or more fields separated by commas. CSV is a common data exchange format that is …



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Conserving your identity

Using WS-Security to secure your web apps
Quill icon Juan Aguirre   Folder icon identity   Tag icon web,  security,  information

In the digital era everything is or has a web application. Web apps are no longer just about content delivery, they have evolved to solve complex business needs and have become a mechanism for application integration. The communication and integration of these applications is most commonly done through Web Services …



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Dude, where’s my XSS protection?

Solving Halls of Valhalla Challenge: XSS4
Quill icon Juan Aguirre   Folder icon challenges   Tag icon xss,  web,  protect,  challenge

Web application security is a major concern nowadays. You have to make sure your application is secure, especially if you have a lot of users. There are many controls a developer can implement to attempt to make the site safer. Or so they think. The fun of hacking is looking …



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