XML Web Services Security,
.NET Security DEFINITION: Directory traversal is a form of HTTP exploit in which a hacker uses the software on a Web server to access data in a directory other than the server's root directory. If the attempt is successful, the hacker can view restricted files or even execute commands on the server. Directory traversal attacks are commonly performed using Web browsers. Any server in which input data from Web browsers is not
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This session looks at applying the complete lifecycle of a Security Architect's job dealing with Web Services Threats and Countermeasures. View Industry security expert Gunnar Peterson develop a Web service Threat model and show how access control and SAML can mitigate spoofing and elevation of privilege attacks.
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