Tag: software vulnerability

What is XPATH Injection and How to Prevent It?

By deliberately sending malformed information to the application, the attacker can determine how XML data is structured or access data that would otherwise not be accessible.

What is LDAP Injection and How to Prevent It?

LDAP Injection is an attack that is used to manipulate web-based apps that create user-input based LDAP expressions. When an application cannot correctly clear user login, it is possible to change LDAP statements using a Local Proxy.

What is OS Command Injection and How to Prevent It?

OS Command Injection is a web vulnerability that could allow an attacker to execute commands from an arbitrary operating system (OS) on the server running an application, often endangering the application and all its information.

What is SQL Injection and How to Prevent It?

SQL Injection is an attack method used to attack applications that are driven by databases. The attacker adds new SQL statements to the relevant field on the standard application screen, using SQL language features.

What is Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) and How to Prevent It?

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is a vulnerability that occurs when the software does not pass the input received from the user through the necessary HTML and JavaScript filters.

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