Given a web application where user data must be properly escaped to avoid XSS, is it better to try to remove the "bad stuff" before it enters the database, or is it best to allow it in the database ...
We are considering a certification process for new internal server builds before they are allowed to be placed into production. That is, the system administration team will send the server up to the ...
In a registration form the user is asked for his e-mail address. The e-mail address will be validated for the correct format (e.g. at the least contains @) and I'm considering checking if it's already ...
I'm reading OWASP's Secure Coding Practices Checklist and under their "Input Validation" section they have an item that reads: If any potentially hazardous characters (<>"'%()&+\\'\") ...
I notice security companies such as Rapid 7 prevent people signing up with either free email accounts, or accounts provided by ISPs: ...
I'm thinking about using jQuery on the server-side (node.js) to validate user input (filter tags, remove every attributes except href, rel, target & style, modify css rules which are applied ...