Cross-site scripting attacks use known vulnerabilities in web-based applications, their servers, or the plug-in systems on which they rely.Exploiting one of these, attackers fold malicious content into the content being delivered from the compromised site.In this particular tutorial we'll look at different techniques for storing binary data and explore how to enable users to upload a file from their computer and have it saved on the web server s file system.Cross-site scripting (XSS) is a type of computer security vulnerability typically found in web applications.OK, so Markus Frind singlehandedly built a massively popular free dating site that is almost entirely community run. But what makes it especially incredible is that he does it all on a handful of servers: These traffic and size numbers are nothing short of astonishing. NET MVC framework is built on top of a mature web stack and, thus, provides the developer with all the goodness that comes with ASP.In this tutorial and the next three we'll explore how to hurdle these challenges.
According to data from com Score Media Metrix for November 2007, Plenty of Fish had 1.4 million unique visitors in the United States. Frind said, the site served up 1.2 billion page views, and page views have soared 20 percent since Dec. The actual site design, although it has improved (believe it or not) since the last time I looked, is almost horrifyingly bad; it literally looks like a high school student's first website programming attempt. The site is a resounding success with users, to the point that it is almost completely user-run: No one heads to Plenty of Fish for the customer service, which is all but nonexistent.We must decide how the binary data is stored in the application.The interface used for inserting new records has to be updated to allow the user to upload a file from their computer and extra steps must be taken to display or provide a means for downloading a record s associated binary data.However, many applications have data models that capture both text and binary data.An online dating site might allow users to upload a picture to associate with their profile.