In other words, my (long version) question is: Are developers able to get away with, more using ASP.net than PHP in terms of writing secure code for their apps? I ask this because ASP.net has many ...
I'd like to know if there is any danger of someone being able to access the database via XSS vulnerabilities on this page. I have the following link. When you go to this link, the text I've enclosed ...
By using a system of special tags you can allow users to add custom images, for example, tags like [img]user_url[/img]. Then you replace the tags by their real HTML tags like <img src="user_url" ...
Are languages such as Cold Fusion and PHP less secure because they are embedded in HTML which is sent to a client? Someone told me they are less secure because they lack abstraction. CLARIFICATION: ...
Any solution to passing a penetration test for an outdated php web application without upgrading the application?
A vulnerability list for my project's PHP version. The client would rather not upgrade the PHP version to the last version. Also, it's quite probable that some code will break after the switch from ...