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Web Application Quizzes & Trivia

Do you know the difference between software and a web browser? Can you tell the differences between tech-speak and programming languages?  So you are a computer whiz and know all there is to know about web applications. Maybe you work in technology and you create or develop web apps such as databases, interactive mapping software, online retail sales, webmail, online auctions and the likes.

Maybe your diction consists of words like n-tiered, plugin, roll out, SQL, ASP, etc. You also know that Django is not the name of a movie. And you also know that AJAX is not a Dutch football team.  If you can tell the differences between a native app and a web app and a hybrid app, and know everything there is to know about web applications, then roll out and see how well you fare in the application of your knowledge in these quizzes.
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Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 11991   |  Last updated: Sep 28, 2020
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    What is the attack technique used to exploit web sites by altering backend database queries through inputting manipulated queries?



Questions: 26  |  Attempts: 8246   |  Last updated: Jul 9, 2020
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    What is the attack technique used to exploit web sites by altering backend database queries through inputting manipulated queries?

     This brief quiz is based on OWASP.org's Top-Ten 2007 Web Vulnerabilities The Top-10 provides a description of, examples for and solutions to the ten most commonly discovered...

Questions: 9  |  Attempts: 2368   |  Last updated: Jan 4, 2021
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    One operation that frequently has cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities is  (choose exactly 1 answer):



Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 807   |  Last updated: Feb 22, 2013
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    The most effective way of protecting against SQL injection is… 

Web application security is a critical topic, and do you need to know more about this subject? Your computer security needs to tell the difference between legitimate and malicious traffic. Someone could come onto your site and...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1270   |  Last updated: Jan 5, 2021
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    A web application implements a SQL operation in the following way (pseudocode): The application uses a MSSQL database running on a different machine from the web server. The database has one user (the built-in administrator account is not used).   An attacker could use the following parameters to get extra data from the database's contents:
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