Web Applications: Testing and Securing Your Code

July 1, 2011

With the high demand for applications and information, companies have made data readily and easily available. Web applications, to keep in touch with friends, download music, or order a new espresso machine, are used so commonly you seldom think about how the information is presented to you. From this article you will find out how to test and secure your web applications. The authors will share with also you their knowledge why the best practice against SQL Injection is to write a code that stores procedures and prepared statements.

By Joe Pezzino, Phil Rusek


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