Most cyber-attacks happen because vulnerabilities in system or
application software. Buffer Overflow, SQL Injection, Code/OS
Command Injection, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Cross-Site Request
Forgery and Race Conditions are very common vulnerabilities. (Refer
to both NIST/DHS and MITRE databases of common vulnerabilities
(http://nvd.nist.gov/cwe.cfm; http://cwe.mitre.org/top25/).) For this conference,
explain what a specific vulnerability is, describe a famous attack
that leveraged it (For example, the Morris worm leveraged the
buffer overflow vulnerability), and how it can be
prevented/minimized. Your post can either discuss a vulnerability
that has not been discussed, or expand upon what someone has
already posted. I encourage multiple postings by an individual. Try
not to repeat what is already posted.
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