Ajax programming, which allows a web page to refresh a small portion of its data from a web server, is an exciting technology that has recently been introduced. However, this type of programming can also leave applications open to SQL injection and similar attacks. It is important for the developer to test the application thoroughly for vulnerabilities before passing it on to the QA department. And the QA engineer needs to learn to "think like a hacker." Learn more about securing your website's Ajax programming.
This article has been written by Bryan Sullivan, who is a development manager at SPI Dynamics, a Web application security products company.