I overheard the following statement today: We shouldn't use /api (e.g. in a RESTful URL like /api/v1/users/get) in our RESTful URLs anymore because it makes it easier for people to Denial Of ...
Security implications of adding all domains to CORS (i.e. Access-Control-Allow-Origin: *) [duplicate]
I am curious of what all the security implications are if I set the following two HTTP response CORS headers; Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * Access-Control-Allow-Credentials: false The only ...
I'm trying to find some good material on this topic for a paper I'm trying to write for class. Any and all help is very much appreciated.
Could someone analyze this info? We got information that slowloris attack took place. They say (hosting stuff) they have implemented mod_antiloris, is that enough btw? Feel free to share your opinion ...
Is there a security reason for a site to limit the number of times a user can change their password?
Is there a security reason to disallow a user to change their password as frequently as they want? I have found this security policy in a site and I am not sure why it is enforcing it. One reason I ...
This seems like an easy question, but I've failed to find an answer. One of the uses of CAPTCHA is to cope mitigate Denial of Service attacks. Suppose an adversary performs excessive login attempts, ...
Can some one explain to me the concept of Dos Attacks for web applications ? Also what is the distinction between Dos and Distributed Dos ( ie DDos) attacks ? Wikipedia says : In computing, a ...
I work for an e-commerce website in my country and this is the second time we suffer an attack. At least, looks like one. We have a search functionality in our website and the supposed attacker is ...