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ILM's for CS5070 Fall 2009 In some cases, the specified ILM's may require that a student have completed a
 

Summary: ILM's for CS5070 Fall 2009

In some cases, the specified ILM's may require that a student have completed a
specific upper division CS class. For example, in general, a student should have
completed or possibly be taking CS5460 in order to implement any of the security
related ILM's

1. Injection Attacks (Security Related)

Injection attacks are a class of malicious activities that targets vulnerabilities
in software applications for the purpose of stealing information or
compromising system resources. This ILM will introduce the software
vulnerabilities that allow attacks, common types of attacks, and techniques to
defend against attacks. The following are examples of common types of
injection attacks.
a. Buffer Overflow
b. Code Injection
c. SQL Injection
d. XSS

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences