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    hye,
    hope someone could help me on this.
    My group of programmers have written java base program - 'web based'. How do i check on the security part of the program - such as sql injection etcc?
    How do i make sure at least in terms of security all the coding are ok?

    This program run on Ubuntu platform.
    Please advice
    tq so much
    .d


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    Default Re: Web Security

    Quote Originally Posted by sramm View Post
    My group of programmers have written java base program - 'web based'. How do i check on the security part of the program - such as sql injection etcc?
    How do i make sure at least in terms of security all the coding are ok?
    Test it like you are a hacker, and set the system up to listen for hackers. Run some typical injection commands through the user interface. Be sure all user entered information is filtered/checked in some fashion. Be sure code error messages are logged rather than displayed to users. Monitor your system logs and check for query strings or form entries which could be hack attempts.

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    Default Re: Web Security

    Hye, tq for the reply.
    Is there any 3rd party tools i could use to scan the program?
    If i were to run commands via user interface, i should know the coding rite? i am new to this.
    please advice
    tq

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