SQL injection. Cross-site scripting. Buffer overflow. These are just some of the most common
methods attackers use to compromise Web applications. But how can infosec pros know how to prevent
them if they don't know how they work?
About the speaker: Mike McLaughlin is a penetration tester working for First Base Technologies, an information
security consultancy in the UK. Mike's daily work consists of both internal and external network
based penetration testing, Web application penetration testing, and social engineering.
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