Mitigating Web Applications Against Vulnerabilities

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Q: Michael wants to mitigate his web application against a specific vulnerability. He wants to make sure that user-supplied parameters placed into HTTP headers will be vetted for illegal characters, including carriage returns (%0d) and newlines (%0a). Which attack type is Michael attempting to stamp out?


a. SQL injection

b. HTTP response splitting

c. Broken authentication/Session Management

d. Security misconfiguration

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