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

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Access to raw html source code after angular client side processing

I need help to check if parameters are sensible to XSS injections in a webpage generated by angularjs. Today, many websites are using angularjs in order to deport client page construction at the ...
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How exactly does “Apache Shiro's” hashing work when using a Desktop-Client

I was looking at this question How does storing hash passwords work? and every answer essentially says that Hashing is done via the server, or most of it should, as that is the safest way to do it. ...
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Safe to Encrypt ClientId (Integer value) to use as Client Key?

Asked a follow up question (see this link). Based on my understanding, I have to issue an unique ClientId and Client Secret Key to the API subscribers right after the registration phase (client lives ...
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How is Tresorit client-side encryption key stored and managed?

I am using Tresorit on Mac OS X and iPhone. When I am using it there is always applied client-side encryption before posting the file to cloud. The key used for encryption is AES-256 and CFB mode of ...
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How to remember the trusted machine in an application

We need to remember trusted devices in our application. I have done some R&D for this and found out that Facebook achieves this using cookies. But, if I see Google, they don't use cookies, I guess....
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Possible vulnerabilities in private chat application implemented using web broadcasting

I have never used web-sockets but I am working in a PHP framework which has builtin broadcasting facility. This broadcasting use web-sockets technologies named Redis and Pusher. The workflow of this ...
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Hashing sensitive data in request

We have set the https connection, between the client and server. The problem is that security guys, showed us it is possible to intercept the data using rogue invalid certificate (user must accept it ...