Real World Web Application Security
Ed Finkler - CERIAS, Purdue University
Sep 07, 2005Size: 124.0MB
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AbstractThis talk deals with practical issues of web application security, with an emphasis on open-source web service tools such as Apache, PHP, and MySQL. Recent exploits in widely-used open source web applications such as phpBB and Wordpress underline the need for web app developers to make security a primary consideration. We'll discuss the most common types of attacks and how to defend against them, both on a code, application, and network design level.
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