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Deserialization Vulnerability From A Developer’s Perspective

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Introduction:

We all are familiar with cyber-attacks. There are a lot of guidelines or standards that have been created from a lot of different organizations such as OWASP which organizations can follow in order to put protections which can actually save them from cyber attacks.. Insecure deserialization is a vulnerability which is being exploited very…

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