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How to Prevent OWASP Top 10 Vulnerability

How to Prevent Owasp Top 10 Vulnerabilities

Introduction to OWASP Top 10 The Open Web Application Security Project, or OWASP, may be a nonprofit that strives to teach the cybersecurity industry (its practitioners, researchers, and developers) about prominent web application bugs and therefore the risks they present. Every three or four years, OWASP reaches bent the businesses and organizations with a high-level and wide-sweeping view of the foremost common and highest risk vulnerabilities for feedback on common and emerging threats. These contributors …

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Investigate various Attack on Web Application

Investigate various Attack on Web Application in this article explain different types of web application attack which is investigate through forensic investigator . 1. Investigating Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Attack In XSS attack or Cross Site Scripting attack, the attacker exploits the vulnerability in the web by injecting malicious script, mostly Javascript, HTML OF CSS markup in the web pages that is displayed in the user browser. This takes place when the user clicks on the …

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Understand Web Applications Architecture in Forensic Investigation

Understand Web Applications Architecture in Forensic Investigation in this all web applications are executed via a support client, i.e. a web browser. Web applications use a group of client-side scripts, such as HTML, JavaScript, etc., which presents the information, and the server-side scripts, such as ASP, PHP, etc., which handles the hardware tasks such as storing and gathering of the required data, are used by the web application for its execution. In the web application …

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Introduction to Web Application Forensics

Introduction to Web Application Forensics in this the Web applications are programs that exist on a central server permitting a user, who visits a website via the Internet, to submit and retrieve data to and from a database. A web application makes a request through a web server. When the server responds to the request, the web application generates documents of the response for better client/user service. The web documents generated by web applications are …

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Anti-Forensics Techniques: Password Protection

Anti-Forensics Techniques: Password Protection in this A password refers to collection of words, letters, numbers, and/or special characters used for security processes such as user authentication or to grant access to a resource. The password ensures that unauthorized users do not access the computer, network resources, or other secured information. In addition, data files and programs may require a password. Password protection shields information, protects networks, applications, files, documents, etc., from unauthorized users. Many organizations …

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ISO-27001-Annex-A.14.2-Security-in-Development-and-Support-Processes

ISO 27001 Annex : A.14.2 Security in Development and Support Processes

ISO 27001 Annex : A.14.2  Security in Development and Support Processes It’s objective is ensuring the creation and implementation of information security in the information system development process. A.14.2.1  Secure Development Policy Control- Regulations for software and system development should be laid down and applied to organizational developments. Implementation Guidance – Secure development includes a safe infrastructure, architecture, software, and system to be developed. The following considerations should be taken into account in a stable …

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ISO 27001 Annex : A.14.1.3 Protecting Application Services Transactions

Control- ISO 27001 Annex : A.14.1.3 Protecting Application Services Transactions in order to avoid incomplete transmission, misrouting, unauthorized messaging modification, unauthorized dissemination, unauthorized message replication, or replay, information concerning application service transactions should be covered. Implementation Guidance – The following should include information security considerations for application service transactions: The use by each party involved in the transaction of electronic signatures; All transaction aspects, i.e. making sure: All parties’ information about the user’s secret authentication …

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ISO-27001-Annex-A.14.1.2-Securing-Application-Services-on-Public-Networks

ISO 27001 Annex : A.14.1.2 Securing Application Services on Public Networks

Control- ISO 27001 Annex : A.14.1.2 Securing Application Services on Public Networks Information about application services which pass through public networks should be protected against fraudulent activities, contract disputes, unauthorized disclosure, and modification. Implementation Guidance – Information security requirements will include the following for application services that cross public networks: Each party requires a level of trust in the identity claimed by each other, for example, through authentication; Authorizations for those who may authorize the …

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