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Top Ten Web Application Vulnerabilities and Using ADF to Avoid Them
Topic: ADF
Owner: Bex Huff
Date: 2014-05-06
Subtopic: Kscope14

Ten years ago, the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) put together a list of the common mistakes developers make that leave their web application vulnerable to attack. Sadly, the list release in 2013 is very similar to the original list, as many developers keep making the same mistakes, and leave their sites vulnerable to attack. The top 10 security vulnerabilities are as follows:

1) Injection
2) Broken Authentication and Session Management
3) Cross Site Scripting
4) Insecure Direct Object References
5) Security Misconfiguration
6) Sensitive Data Exposure
7) Missing Function Level Access Control
8) Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
9) Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
10) Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards

Come to this session to learn what these attack vectors are, how hackers take advantage of them, and how to use ADF to block them.


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