Chapter 15: Ajax and Security


In This Chapter

  • Handling malicious users

  • Withstanding JavaScript and SQL injection attacks

  • Implementing password protection

  • Implementing password protection on the server

  • Sending username and password to the server using the XMLHttpRequest object

  • Using public/private key encryption to protect passwords

This chapter discusses Ajax and security, a particularly important topicbecause Ajax involves communicating with server-side programming, which lays it open for abuse. This chapter contains a discussion of security issues with Ajax, and what to do about them.



Ajax Bible
Ajax Bible
ISBN: 0470102632
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 169

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