OWASP Top Ten 2017
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
• Release Notes
• Application Security Risks
• 2017 Top 10
• A2:2017-Broken Authentication
• A3:2017-Sensitive Data Exposure
• A4:2017-XML External Entities (XXE)
• A5:2017-Broken Access Control
• A6:2017-Security Misconfiguration
• A7:2017-Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
• A8:2017-Insecure Deserialization
• A9:2017-Using Components with Known Vulnerabilities
• A10:2017-Insufficient Logging & Monitoring
• What's Next for Developers
• What's Next for Security Testers
• What's Next for Organizations
• What's Next for Application Managers
• Note About Risks
• Details About Risk Factors
• Top 10-2017 Methodology and Data
• Top 10-2017 Acknowledgements
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