Multi-module vulnerability analysis of web-based applications

@inproceedings{Balzarotti2007MultimoduleVA,
  title={Multi-module vulnerability analysis of web-based applications},
  author={Davide Balzarotti and Marco Cova and Viktoria Felmetsger and Giovanni Vigna},
  booktitle={ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security},
  year={2007}
}
In recent years, web applications have become tremendously popular, and nowadays they are routinely used in security-critical environments, such as medical, financial, and military systems. As the use of web applications for critical services has increased, the number and sophistication of attacks against these applications have grown as well. Current approaches to securing web applications focus either on detecting and blocking web-based attacks using application-level firewalls, or on using… CONTINUE READING
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