Server-side scripting

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  • P1 Describe The Technologies Required For E Commerce

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    e-commerce are as follows: server software, pc, and database, web authoring tools, web server, ports, TCP/IP and the browsers. I will be explaining why these technologies are required for an e-commerce. Web servers A web server is a PC that opens pages on a browser on request. It sends the web address of the page that has been requested to the web browser. They have an IP address and possibly domains and are essential for an ecommerce because ecommerce is online and a web server is what you need to surf

  • The Design and Implementation of an E-Commerce Site for Online Book Sales

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION......................................................................................................... 1 2. LITERATURE REVIEW ............................................................................................ 1 3. PROJECT DESIGN...................................................................................................... 3 3.1 DATA M ODEL .........................................................................................................

  • The Development Of The System Development Life Cycle

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    Data processing was an art rather then a science. The length of a project was hard to predict, along with the cost and degree to which how the problem was first initiated. The new leadership of Tony’s Chips has decided to move the website to an internally hosted site instead of its current external site. The newer internal website should be redesigned in order to allow customers to buy products online. The development of the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) created a much easier way to develop

  • A Dynamic Structural Design For Web Application

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    of people working on web applications design, Khan 2014. The PHP, J-Query is some of the important scripting languages that were used for web applications development. PHP is a server-side scripting language employed for web development but also considered as a general-purpose programming language. But in the recent times, young keen people have begun to design Web pages with the help of scripting languages without even possessing the knowledge of even the simplest principles of software design.

  • Using Open Source Server Side Scripting Language Php Essay

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    hardware is discussed detail. 3.1 Hardware Requirement 3.1.1 Operating Environment This web application will be developed using Open Source server side scripting language PHP , generally compatible with most of the popular operating environments like Windows and Linux as they support the functionality of hosting connections with both actual and virtual servers (i.e. Local Hosts).so we use Microsoft Windows Operating System for developing this application. • Microsoft C++ Redistributable It is a required

  • Benefits Of A Cloud Based Service Essay

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    applies the microsoft patches.  On premises active directory is used for authentication.  Availability requirements that can meet and have to be designed are 99.9%, 99.99% or 99.999%  Full support for server side customizations.  Availabilty of Enterprise level services such as BCS, Fast Seach Server, Performance Point etc. What is SharePoint 2013 Online for office 365 

  • Software Development : Developing Websites Essay

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    faced when developing for a range of platform versions and device vendors •An overview of current security issues relevant to delivering dynamic data driven content on the world wide web •An explanation of the differences between client and server side scripting with examples of each. Consider the advantages and disadvantages •A description of the 3 methods of embedding scripts •A description of code to handle specified events Using research and using already gained knowledge I will go though each

  • The Threats of Cross-Site Request Forgery and Cross-Site Scripting

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    applications are Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) and Cross-Site Scripting (CSS); in fact, both threats appear in the 2013 OWASP Top 10 list of critical security risks. Understanding the threat of CSRF and CSS is essential to reducing the risk faced by users and developers of web applications. CSRF Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack technique that exploits browser and HTTP weaknesses to send unauthorized requests to a web server using end-user credentials (Maes, Heyman, Desmet, & Joosen,

  • Unit 3 M1 Web Application Security

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    often attacked directly. Hackers either attempt to compromise the network or alternetivly the end-users opening the website. The majority of web application attacks occur through three avenues Cross-site scripting (XSS), SQL injection attacks and Phishing. Cross-site scripting (XSS) Cross-site scripting (XSS) is one of the most often found vulnerabilities as well as one of the most dangerous related to web applications.

  • Technology And Its Effect On Information Crimes

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    understand some of the basics including cross site scripting,

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