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Security for Microsoft® Visual Basic® .NET by Michael James Bond, Ed Robinson

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Detection

You can’t possibly conceive of all types of attacks at the time you design and create your application, and you can’t catch all possible security issues during a design review or during testing, a process that is presented in Chapter 9. There’s a chance, then, that you might release your application with a number of security flaws. How do you go about detecting whether any of those flaws are being (or will be) exploited?

Detection involves uncovering information that a pending attack is about to happen or identifying that an attack is underway or has taken place. The techniques you use to detect a cyber attack are similar to the techniques you use to detect other types of attack (or potential attacks) such as a robbery (or potential robbery) ...

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