Client-side refers to operations that are performed by the client in a client–server relationship in a computer network.

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How should I protect in-app Android payments when using a separate server?

I am currently implementing Android in-app payments, and am wondering what attack vectors I should look out for. I have a simple application to view server-generated content. I want to allow the user ...
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If I am obliged to store a password/certificate on a client side, how can i make sure that it is protected?

In certain cases we need to establish a key/password/certificate as a first timer and then as a client we need to use this key/password/certificate to get authenticated. Therefore the ...
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How does preventing automatic download of pictures help to protect my privacy?

When viewing some emails in Microsoft Outlook, if the sender has included images, I get the following option appear at the top of the email: "To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented ...
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Changing windows client form values at runtime

I am performing a code audit of an older VB6 application which uses dynamically constructed SQL to execute against the database. While I see this as a SQL injection point, the developer contends that ...
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What criteria do you use for evaluating Client-Side / Endpoint security products?

What features are important to you in client-side AV and Firewall products? Who benefits from these features? Managment, the end user, helpdesk. Are there features that are being 'sold' by the ...
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Does client certificate authentication demand more server-side entropy?

We have a secure web service running Apache that requires client certificates for access. This service has a problem with running out of entropy. We have several other sites that use TLS that get ...
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How to guarantee that password is hashed on server-side?

I'm worried when I send a password to a server, even with SSL or TLS, that the server stores the password in cleartext. Is this the case? If yes and the server gets hacked, all passwords are available ...
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What risks is one exposed to by browsing the Internet? [closed]

I which forms can visiting certain sites compromise one's system security, taking into account that browsers keep a sandbox for each opened page? Nowadays, can a malicious -or attacked- site really, ...
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SSL, SSH, OPENVPN, etc which one?

To start with I am not a security professional, in fact I am on the other end of the spectrum. In the opinion of people on this site what would you choose for secure internet browsing. I will be ...
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booting from linux CD and visiting https website only

my friend wants to make sure he visits certain websites very securely. Is booting from linux cd and visiting only https website secure, meaning only he'll have access to data? He'll be on wi-fi of ...
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How to secure all my passwords with Kee Pass 2 or something else? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to securely store my passwords? I have a lot of passwords to lots of logins across websites, SSH logins, e-mails and what not. Is there one program that can secure ...
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Theorical question on encryption methods [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Encryption strategies for multi users access in production systems I would like to develop a service on wich clients would connect and retrieve informations. These ...
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How to securely store my passwords?

Regarding this: Are passwords in memory? So does someone have a good idea on how to securely store my passwords? The: "passwords.txt" -> ctrl+c; ctrl+v a passw is not very secure. I have passwords ...
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Securing clients side scripts [duplicate]

Most browsers allow users to view the source of a web-page quite easily and modern even provided detailed analysis. Often this code includes critical client side scripts in the form of JS/jQuery, ...