The Ten Most Common Website Security Vulnerabilities (Part 1)

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Here are the first five most common website security vulnerabilities:

Common Mistake #1: Injection Flaws
Common Mistake #2: Broken Authentication
Common Mistake #3: Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
Common Mistake #4: Insecure Direct Object References
Common Mistake #5: Security Misconfiguration

Read the full article (Part 1), which explains these vulnerabilities in detail, here:
http://blog.trust-guard.com/ten-common-online-security-vulnerabilities-part-1/

For additional blog posts on website security, visit these posts:
Three Strategies to Keep Hackers Away from Your Website
China’s Receiving Encrypted Messages from Quantum Communication Satellite
County in Texas Gets Attacked by Ransomware!

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