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Right from Part 1 of this series, we’ve covered the major types of attacks being done on Web applications — and their security solutions. …

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MySQL is the most widely used Relational Database Management System (RDBMS), and is the “M” in the LAMP stack. One of the main uses …

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This article introduces you to penetration-testing of Web applications. Also included is some hands-on work with a Web-testing framework called Samurai. Penetration testing, affectionately …

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Beginning with Part 1 of this series, we have covered all major attacks on Web applications and servers, with examples of vulnerable PHP code. …

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With the ever-expanding data requirements for Web applications, database administrators often configure security parameters at the OS and database layer. Unfortunately, administrators seldom consider …

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In this part of the series, we focus on DoS/DDoS attacks, which have been among the major threats to Web servers since the beginning …

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Jargon fills our everyday lives on the Internet. The days when HTML and JavaScript used to be “cool” technologies are long gone. They are …

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Clojure is a dynamic, general purpose programming language that targets the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and the Common Language Runtime (CLR). It is designed …

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The more Web applications we use, the more tools are needed to automate the testing process, for which there are many options that simplify …

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Moving deeper into Web application and Apache security, let’s now focus on OS commanding attacks, and those that lead to the disclosure of crucial …