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New Web 2.0 Attacks, B.Sc. Thesis

by M.Sc. Applied Computer Sciences at Ruhr-University Bochum graduate on May 05, 2012

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Here is my B.Sc. thesis back in 2010. I should not consider this reading as up-to-date, but it's worth as basic start-up on the topic of Web Application Security. Please, note the two tables are meant ...

Here is my B.Sc. thesis back in 2010. I should not consider this reading as up-to-date, but it's worth as basic start-up on the topic of Web Application Security. Please, note the two tables are meant as attachments to this paper. Your critics are welcome. Enjoy!

The thesis is presented to the
Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Sciences
of the Ruhr-University of Bochum
Chair of Network and Data Security
of the Ruhr-University of Bochum,
Horst-Görtz Institute,
Prof. Jörg Schwenk

Here's the abstract:

The presented thesis in this paper is another discussion on the problem or problem-
complex: What is Web 2.0? How it works? Is it vulnerable to its security scope? How can
one utilize and share Web 2.0, knowing in this interactive collaboration, how to protect
himself?
In this bachelor work the reader will find history information, discussion on the evolu-
tion of the Web standards and most common Web 2.0 attacking classes. Two examples of
important Web 2.0 attacking vectors shall be discussed in depth, in such manner as an ana-
lysis and examples on the attacking techniques, deliberation on the trends in attack preven-
tion methods, discussion on the tools according to these.
This paper should give a good classification on the proposed examples of Web 2.0 at-
tacks, make a conclusion on behalf of the Life Cycle and security standards for the modern
Web 2.0 implementations, and perhaps offer some interesting proposals.

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