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If TLS compression is not supported is a site still vulnerable to attacks such as BREACH?

I have read that BREACH was a side channel compression attack against TLS however focuses on HTTP response compression. If a site has disabled support for TLS compression does that still mean it can ...
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Exploiting HTTP content in HTTPS page [closed]

I recall hearing there is a range of attacks one can mount against a page which mixes HTTP and HTTPS loaded content (say, https://Secure-Site.com loading an image from http://Not-A-Secure-Site.com) ...
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Why is it necessary to validate data in a servlet obtained by calling HttpSession.getAttribute()?

I am new to WebApp programming and am trying to understand the security implications of not validating data obtained by calling the javax.servlet.http.HttpSession.getAttribute() interface method. I ...