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Briskinfosec - Global Cybersecurity Service Providers
Infecting a website with malware and spreading it stealthily to site visitors and then stealing customers confidential data like names, email addresses, credit cards and other transaction informations which would result in adding the website to a string of infected sites, sometimes even hijacking or crashing the site.
It's well known that poorly written software creates security issues. The amount of bugs that could create web security issues is directly proportional to the size and intricacy of your web applications and web server.
Websites themselves are complex and intentionally invite more severe interaction with the public. So, the opportunities for security holes are many and growing.
If it’s not safe and secure, that critical business can be compromised.
If you have assets of prominence or if your site puts you in the public attention, then your security quality will be tested. We hope that the information provided here will alert you and your company from being compromised.
Contrary to common knowledge, the balance between allowing the website visitors to gain access to some of your corporate resources through a website and also identifying unwanted visitors as well as isolating them out of your network, is a delicate one. There is no single setting or a single switch that completely resolves the security hurdles. There are dozens of settings and if not, hundreds in a web server alone. In each service, application and open port on the server adds another layer of parameters, and then the website code, it's endless!
A web security issue is faced by site visitors as well!
A common website attack involves the furtive installation of a code that will exploit the browsers of visitors. Your site is not the only target in these attacks. There are by this time, thousands of websites out there that have been compromised. The owners have no idea about the infected files added to the sites and are also incognizant about the fact that even visitors are at risk. In meantime, visitors are being subjected to attack and successful attacks are installing malicious code on the visitor's computers.
The term CRLF refers to Carriage Return (ASCII 13, , \r) Line Feed (ASCII 10, , \n). Carriage Return means the end of a line, and Line Feed refers to the new line. In more simple words, both of these are used to note the end of a line.
XML External Entity Attack happens when an application allows an input parameter to be XML or incorporated into XML, which is passed to an XML parser running with sufficient privileges to include external or system files.
Server Side Includes (SSIs) are directives present on web applications, used to feed an HTML page of the application with dynamic contents based on user’s input.