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Abstracting application-level web security

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Abstracting application-level web security
ing Application-Level Web Security David Scott Laboratory For Communications Engineering Engineering Department Trumpington Street Cambridge CB2 1PZ djs55@eng.cam.ac.uk Richard Sharp Computer Laboratory William Gates Building JJ Thompson Avenue Cambridge CB3 0FD rws26@cl.cam.ac.uk Application-level web security refers to vulnerabilities inherent in the code of a web-application itself (irrespective of the technologies in which it is implemented or the security of the web-server/back-end database on which it is built). In the last few months application-level vulnerabilities have been exploited with serious consequences: hackers have tricked e-commerce sites into shipping goods for no charge, usernames and passwords have been harvested and confidential information (such as addresses and credit-card numbers) has been leaked. In this paper we investigate new tools and techniques which address the problem of application-level web security. We (i) describe a scalable structuring mechanism ...
David Scott, Richard Sharp
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