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Seven Deadliest Web Application Attacks by Mike Shema

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HTML5

The HTML standard is currently in its fourth generation. This HTML4 standard is supported, and for better or worse extended, by modern Web browsers. The next version of the standard, HTML5, promises useful new features that should ease Web site design for developers and increase native browser capabilities for users. Some browsers have already started to adopt features even though the HTML5 specification remains in draft.

HTML5 contains significant changes that will affect the security of Web sites. Security won't be diminished simply because browsers and Web applications will be changing. Many of our old friends such as XSS and SQL injection will remain because the fundamental nature of the vulnerability is orthogonal to Web standards; ...

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