Glossary of Security Terms: CSRFCSRF. (Cross-Site Request Forgery) is an attack that impersonates a trusted user and sends a website unwanted commands.
CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery) is an attack that impersonates a trusted user and sends a website unwanted commands. This can be done, for example, by including malicious parameters in a URL behind a link that purports to go somewhere else:
For users who have some permissions on
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There are many ways to prevent CSRF, such as implement RESTful API, add secure token, etc.
Data protection is one of the primary concerns of organizations around the world today. Information security (InfoSec), which is primarily about prohibiting unauthorized access to information.
The agenda of the talk included an introduction to 3D data, its applications and case studies, 3D data alignment and more.
Data Quality Testing Skills Needed For Data Integration Projects. Data integration projects fail for many reasons. Risks can be mitigated when well-trained testers deliver support. Here are some recommended testing skills.
A certificate authority (CA) is an organization that signs digital certificates and their associated public keys. This certifies that an organization that requested a digital certificate (e.g., Mozilla Corporation) is authorized to request a certificate for the subject named in the certificate (e.g., mozilla.org).
Transport Layer Security (TLS), formerly known as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), is a protocol used by applications to communicate securely across a network, preventing tampering with and eavesdropping on email, web browsing, messaging, and other protocols. Both SSL and TLS are client / server protocols that ensure communication privacy by using cryptographic protocols to provide security over a network. When a server and client communicate using TLS, it ensures that no third party can eavesdrop or tamper with any message.