Top Ten 2010 Web Application Security Posts

Through a complex formula including the total number of views, topicality,  and a touch of alchemy (we're still working on transmuting Cross-Site Scripting into gold), here are the top ten 2010 web application security blog posts from the HP Web Security Research Group and the HP Application Security Center. Enjoy!

 

80% of web applications can't pass a PCI audit

 

Fearless Security Predictions for 2011

 

Mass web attack comprimises thousands of sites via SQL Injection

 

Tag Injection vs. Cross-Site Scripting

 

Decoupling the 'False Positive'

 

Configuration is Half the Battle: ASP.NET and Cross-Site Scripting

 

Cyber War? Not so much (at least for now)

 

Web application security still misunderstood

 

79% of 2009 data breaches via web application attacks

 

".htaccess" for the win! Stomp overaccesible folder vulns

Comments
Midgl08 | ‎02-22-2011 07:27 PM

somehow beta got on my pc and I now get a msg 0x00c7000. it has messed up my windows 7 and when i try to delete thru control panel my pc goes down. how can i get rid of this program?

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