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HTTP Header Injection

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What is HTTP Header Injection?

HTTP Header Injection is a web Security Vulnerability where the web application dynamically constructs headers from the user’s supplied input.

HTTP works on the Request/Response Model. The user requests a resource from the web server and the web-server resounds accordingly. HTTP headers are used to request the necessary resources. Headers can be categorized into two…

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