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Preventing Injection Attack by Whitelisting Inputs

Gopi Krishnan S1 and Sandeep K 2
1. Society for Electronic Transactions and Security, Chennai, India
2. SRM Univerisity, Chennai, India
Abstract—Usage of web applications becomes larger than just web pages. Usage of dynamic pages brought lot of vulnerabilities. The web technology offers social networking, online shopping, electronic library, and etc. This paper proposes a possible technique to prevent injection attacks by whitelisting inputs. This model was developed using PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) to makes our developers easy. The input elements are divided into text input and list input elements. The text input element is verified using regular expression. And the list input element verified comparing keys defined and submitted.

Index Terms—web security; injection attack; validation; php

Cite: Gopi Krishnan S and Sandeep K, "Preventing Injection Attack by Whitelisting Inputs," Lecture Notes on Information Theory, Vol.1, No.3, pp. 132-135, Sept. 2013. doi: 10.12720/lnit.1.3.132-135
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