Circumventing Validation
by David Zimmer - Web Sleuth - Wednesday, 3 December 2003.
Web developers spend a lot of time planning out complex chains of events to make thier web applications work. Within the planning and outlines, implicit control over the chain of events is often assumed.

This paper is an introduction to breaking those assumptions and realizing just how vulnerable those chaulk board outlines can be in the real world.

Download the paper in TXT format here.

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