Security of Web Applications


Abstract

This article is about web application security. Describes the most common types of web attacks. The analysis was subjected to authoring application Internetowy Notatnik. Provides solutions to improve safety.


Keywords

web attack; sql injection, xss

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Published : 2017-03-30


Furtak, M. (2017). Security of Web Applications. Journal of Computer Sciences Institute, 3, 1-5. https://doi.org/10.35784/jcsi.201

Michał Furtak  michal.furtak1@pollub.edu.pl
Lublin University of Technology  Poland