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- Redirection: please explain how it's done.
August 10, 2010, 11:45 pm
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I am doing programming stuff with SOAP web services via Silverlight.
A database is also involved (Microsoft SQL Server). I'd like to know
if somehow somebody can take my app and somehow redirect it so it
takes a user to some malware sight and/or steals the data that comes
from the web services server. If that makes sense. The URL is http,
I really don't know much about this topic, but I can't off the top of
my head figure out how somebody would do a redirect, since I own the
web services server, and the user would be getting web services data
from my server through my Silverlight app residing on the server.
But I notice that some IDEs and programming languages talk about "anti-
spoofing" measures so I assume it must somehow be possible, akin to a
SQL Injection attack popular a decade ago.
How is it done? Please explain.
Re: Redirection: please explain how it's done.
I take it you are a member. Can you please post the question above at
the OWASP forum, and let me know what they say? I don't want to spend
$50, the membership fee, to find out... <g>.
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