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Use of third party library to handle security threats

 
Rishi Shehrawat
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I am thinking of using third party library to handle security threats like XSS, Cross site request forgery, etc. There are tested, tried third party libraries that can be used to handle these type of threats. In this scenario i feel that it does not make sense to re-invent the wheel.

Can I use a third party library? I will provide justification for using the library in the decisions section
 
Arnold Reuser
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Could you provide an example of a potential solution, that you've applied to production servers, to handle these kind of security threats?
 
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Rishi,
Yes. It is ok to use a third party library.
 
Ranganathan Kaliyur Mannar
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It is ok to use that. You can choose to generally include that - I have just included 'AJAX framework' in my appframework -
or you can even go specific in deployment diagram 'vendor notes'...
 
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