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A particular web application operation accepts an image
upload. The logged in user provides a user ID, an image
name, a brief description and image preferred size (height
and width). Explain what checks the server-side function
should perform (in general terms, code is not needed)
before attempting to process the submission.
provide an example of activity logging that would require
additional security concerns to be addressed and why.
Explain a coding technique that can be used to protect
against Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities.
Explain a coding technique that can be used to protect
against SQL insertion.
Explain how the ViewState field or a CSRF token helps
protect against Cross-Site Request Forgery.
Solution
server side should check if some null constraints are
applied to any of these fields more over if image size is
already given to be uploaded, in case of failure of checking
server should prompt a general message for the related
exception that a naive can understand.
provide an example of activity logging that would require
additional security concerns to be addressed
Being secure is not a sometimes thing, but an ongoing
process. You aren\'t secure because you use a particular

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toolyou are secure because you apply a security mindset
every day.
as an example took the login with facebook, the facebook
must disable the functionality of browser of save password
because by doing so no outsider would enter your timeline.
Explain a coding technique that can be used to protect
against Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities.
1. Safely validating untrusted HTML input
2. Cookie security
3. Disabling scripts
Explain a coding technique that can be used to protect
against SQL insertion.
1. By doing Prepared Statements
The use of prepared statements with variable binding is
how all developers should first be taught how to write
database queries
2. Using Stored Procedures
3. Using White List Input Validation
4. Least Privilages
Explain how the ViewState field or a CSRF token helps
protect against Cross-Site Request Forgery.
The CSRF token is added as a hidden field for forms or
within the URL if the state changing operation occurs via a
GET.The server rejects the requested action if the CSRF
token fails validation

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A particular web application operation accepts an image upload. The logged in user provides a user ID, an image name, a brief description and image preferred size (height and width). Explain what checks the server -side function should perform (in general terms, code is not needed) before attempting to process the submission. provide an example of activity logging that would require additional security concerns to be addressed and why. Explain a coding technique that can be used to protect against Cross-Site Scripting vulnerabilities. Explain a coding technique that can be used to protect against SQL insertion. Explain how the ViewState field or a CSRF token helps protect against Cross-Site Request Forgery. Solution server side should check if some null constraints are applied to any of these fields more over if image size is already given to be uploaded, in case of failure of checking ...
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