Think Of These Top 7 Common Security Threats For Enterprise App Development

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1. Brute force attack

In a brute force attack, the hacker tries many password possibilities in various permutations until one is successful

2. Injection attacks

An injection-vulnerable web application takes unknown data from an input field without sanitizing it.

3. Broken authentication

Broken authentication refers to a vulnerability in which encryption and key control credentials have a wrong implementation.

4. Cross-site scripting (XSS)

At its essence, this attack is injecting malicious code into a website application for it to be executed on the victims’ web pages.

5. Sensitive data leak

Customer information or proprietary intellectual property, such as source code, might be exposed as a result of data leaks.

6. Credential stuffing attack

Hackers that abuse the re-use of credentials across several accounts are now known as credential stuffers.

7. Data breach

A data breach occurs when an unknown individual acquires access to your personal information.