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An application that is accessed over a network such as the Internet or an intranet using a browser.

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Ideally; server side. Make sure your code does not place unsanitized user input into the page. But it wouldn't be a disaster to run it client-side. Because the victim is the client where it's checked. …
answered Aug 23 '16 by J.A.K.
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I agree with your observations that this specific term is not well-explained and that a lot of sites seem to just parrot each other. While i am by no means a linux dev, my best guess would be to look …
answered Nov 3 '16 by J.A.K.
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All of these request look to be coming from an automated testing tool. Contrary to what some comments are saying, the delays are not malicious, just to blindly test for code execution; if you can't se …
answered Aug 29 '16 by J.A.K.
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Why does it have to be windows? You could easily spin up a kali VM and work from there if installing Kali is not an option. OWASP ZAP, one of the most popular, is written for Java so it will run fine …
answered Dec 29 '16 by J.A.K.
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What has been said in this answer, plus input validation and SANITIZATION Please make sure all special characters and bytes, especially ; : ' " \ % <> and 0x00 Are represented by some codified form …
answered Aug 23 '16 by J.A.K.
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Yes, for every application that requires strong security, reusing keys is a bad idea (cough rolling code car keys cough). But changing them without transmitting was always a hard problem. Then assymet …
answered Sep 15 '16 by J.A.K.