WHAT IS COMMAND INJECTION VULNERABILITY? AND HOW TO PREVENT IT?
Attackers usually target the system, server, or trusted infrastructure of an application. According to the OWASP, injection attacks are the most common web application security risks. Command injection is the most popular type of injection attack. In a command injection vulnerability, attackers change the application’s default function that usually executes commands of the system.
4. How To Prevent Command Injection Vulnerability?
Table of Contents :
1. Sanitize user input: 2. Use parameterized queries: 3. Escape special characters 4. Disable command execution: 5. Use a web application firewall: 6. Validate user input: 7. Use a whitelist approach: 8. Disabling dangerous functions and commands: 9. Use least privilege: 10. Logging and monitoring: 11. Checking for malicious input: 12. Updating and patching: 13. Implement security measures at the application level: 14. Educate your users: