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We're working on ways to allow you to sort these articles on a single dimesion, such as the associated threat, countermeasure, or impact.
 
We're working on ways to allow you to sort these articles on a single dimesion, such as the associated threat, countermeasure, or impact.
  
  Please do not post any actual vulnerabilities in products, services, or web applications. Those disclosure reports should be posted to bugtraq or full-disclosure mailing lists.
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  Please do not post any actual vulnerabilities in
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products, services, or web applications. Those
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disclosure reports should be posted to bugtraq  
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or full-disclosure mailing lists.
  
 
For a great overview, check out the [[OWASP Top Ten Project]]. You can read about the top vulnerabilities and download a paper that covers them in detail. Many organizations and agencies use the Top Ten as a way of creating awareness about application security.
 
For a great overview, check out the [[OWASP Top Ten Project]]. You can read about the top vulnerabilities and download a paper that covers them in detail. Many organizations and agencies use the Top Ten as a way of creating awareness about application security.

Revision as of 09:02, 25 May 2006

Application Security Vulnerability Types

This category is for common types of software vulnerabilities, both design flaws and implementation bugs. OWASP takes the position that there is no single best taxonomy into which these articles can be organized. Instead, we tag our articles with all the attributes that apply to allow for better searching and sorting.

We're working on ways to allow you to sort these articles on a single dimesion, such as the associated threat, countermeasure, or impact.

Please do not post any actual vulnerabilities in
products, services, or web applications. Those
disclosure reports should be posted to bugtraq 
or full-disclosure mailing lists.

For a great overview, check out the OWASP Top Ten Project. You can read about the top vulnerabilities and download a paper that covers them in detail. Many organizations and agencies use the Top Ten as a way of creating awareness about application security.

Every article has a defined structure. Please read the details of How To Add a Vulnerability before creating a new article.

Subcategories

This category has the following 23 subcategories, out of 23 total.

Pages in category "Vulnerability"

The following 169 pages are in this category, out of 169 total.

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