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Old 2nd April 2012
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Default Case Study: Securing Web Applications

From http://www.securityweek.com/case-stu...b-applications

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With estimated worldwide cyber crime losses in 2011 over $388 billion, corporations, both large and small, are focusing considerable attention towards the security of their physical infrastructures as well as their outward facing web applications. While most physical infrastructures have been secured, there are still many critical security vulnerabilities in the majority of web applications.

In this “Case Study” column I will share some takeaways based on my involvement in two recent remediation engagements as a basis for understanding the reasons behind the continued trend in vulnerable web applications. I will also touch briefly on the testing of web applications for security vulnerabilities and remediation and development techniques employed to ensure security.
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