Web Application Security Guide
by Jan Schejbal
Publisher: Wikibooks 2011
This guide attempts to provide a comprehensive overview of web application security. Common web application security issues and methods how to prevent them are explained. Web server and operating system security are not covered. The guide is intended mainly for web application developers, but can also provide useful information for web application reviewers.
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