Securing web application code by static analysis and runtime protection

@inproceedings{Huang2004SecuringWA,
  title={Securing web application code by static analysis and runtime protection},
  author={Yao-Wen Huang and Fang Yu and Christian Hang and Chung-Hung Tsai and D. T. Lee and Sy-Yen Kuo},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2004}
}
Security remains a major roadblock to universal acceptance of the Web for many kinds of transactions, especially since the recent sharp increase in remotely exploitable vulnerabilities have been attributed to Web application bugs. Many verification tools are discovering previously unknown vulnerabilities in legacy C programs, raising hopes that the same success can be achieved with Web applications. In this paper, we describe a sound and holistic approach to ensuring Web application security… CONTINUE READING
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