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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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Your method may be somewhat effective, but the biggest and most obvious flaw is that you are intentionally slowing down your application! It may be tolerable if your user base is going to be limited t …
answered Jan 2 '15 by tlng05
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I can think of quite a few reasons why this would not be ideal: In the code snippet you posted, you are now hardcoding a secret key into your program's source code. This is bad because now if you wa …
answered Jan 4 '17 by tlng05
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Most malicious payloads that you could upload to compromise a website aren't much larger than a typical webpage. So no, intentionally giving the webserver a very slow connection won't be very effectiv …
answered Jan 18 '17 by tlng05
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There is no substantial security benefit to disallowing pasted passwords; on the contrary it is likely to weaken security by discouraging the use of password managers to generate and autofill randomiz …
answered Jul 27 '16 by tlng05
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I don't have much experience with AWS, but if your main goal is to protect against web-related exploits like XSS, SQL injection, etc., then a web application firewall may be more effective. Snort cert …
answered Dec 31 '14 by tlng05