Cookies are stored in user browsers by websites and are typically used to track a single user or to retain the information needed between sessions. In this video, learn about the security and privacy risks associated with cookies and locally stored objects.
- [Instructor] You may already be familiar with web cookies.…These are small pieces of content…that can track users between website visits…and across different websites.…Understanding the uses of cookies…and how to move them from a system is a critical task…for privacy minded security administrators.…Cookies are stored in user browsers by websites…and are typically used to track a single user…or to retain information needed between web sessions.…There are some privacy risks associated with cookies.…
Let's look at how you can control cookies in Google Chrome.…
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Prepare for the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) exam by bolstering your knowledge of software development security practices. In this course, follow Mike Chapple as he walks through each topic in the eighth domain of the CISSP exam—Software Development Security. He covers the software development lifecycle and common software security issues, such as cookies, session hijacking, and code execution attacks. Mike also discusses secure coding practices and software security assessment.
This course—along with the others in this nine-part series—prepare you for the CISSP exam and provide you with a solid foundation for a career in information security.
Find the companion study books at the Sybex test prep site and review the complete CISSP Body of Knowledge at https://www.isc2.org/cissp-domains/default.aspx.
- Software development methodologies
- Operation, maintenance, and change management
- Cross-site scripting
- Preventing SQL injection
- Overflow attacks
- Malicious add-ons
- Secure coding practices
- Code signing
- Risk analysis and mitigation
- Software testing
- Acquired software