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A Babu
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hi all,
how we will provide the security for our webapplication.

tell me anyone how you are providing the security for your project.

please help.

cheers,
babu.
 
Ulf Dittmer
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Security is a huge subject. What exactly are you looking for - authentication, authorization, encryption, SQL injection, XSS, parameter verification, ... ?
 
A Babu
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hi,
in interviews they asked me how you are providing the security for your project.that's why i am asking

cheers,
babu.
 
Eddy Lee Sin Ti
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This is kinda open-ended question. Read up more on security and you shall be able to answer it. Single sign-on stuffs might be interesting enought for the interviewer
 
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Originally posted by A Babu:
hi,
in interviews they asked me how you are providing the security for your project.that's why i am asking

cheers,
babu.


Getting a short answer here wouldn't help you much in this case.
There are several approaches to securing web sites. I'm sure that, as soon as you told the interviewer which approach you were taking, he/she would have asked you why you chose that approach and what it's advantages and disadvantages are when compared with some of the other approaches.

A Google search with "declarative programmatic security" should give you plenty to read on the subject.
 
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