The focus is set on the browser as the main source of information risk due to the access provided to the web users. This section assesses the practical arrangements for a secured Internet connection - secure socket layer, avoiding practices like spoofing and phishing with Java script, digital signature authentication technology for ActiveX. Finally it describes configuration techniques for safe use of the PHP language and ends with an example code to counter attacks of SQL Injection.
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