OWASP top 10 web application risks for 2013

Since 2003, application security researchers and experts from all over the world at the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) have carefully monitored the state of web application security and produced an awareness document that is acknowledged and relied on by organizations worldwide, including the PCI Council, DoD, FTC, and countless others.

OWASP has released its 2013 top 10 list of risks associated with the use of web applications in an enterprise, and they are as follows:

1) Injection
2) Broken Authentication and Session Management
3) Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
4) Insecure Direct Object References
5) Security Misconfiguration
6) Sensitive Data Exposure
7) Missing Function Level Access Control
8) Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
9) Using Known Vulnerable Components
10) Unvalidated Redirects and Forwards

For additional explanations about the risks, example attack scenarios, mitigation and prevention techniques, tips for developers, verifiers, and organizations, and to compare the new list with the previous one released in 2010, download the full report.

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