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Client-Side Web Proxy- Mitigation using Javascript

Ti Ru
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This is a chapter review question for my Info Security Class regarding SQL injections. I would like to complete the chapter reviews before the final and im having trouble finding the answer in my book, notes, and on the internet. Any help would be much appreciated.


What is the purpose of a client-side web proxy? How can it defeat the mitigation strategy of using java script to sanitize user input in a browser?
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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