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RE: Encrypted URL
From: Bryan Murphy (murphysigilstudios.com)
Date: Fri Jan 30 2004 - 08:02:59 CST
It all depends on the language you are writing in. ColdFusion provides
this functionality in the encrypt() and decrypt() functions.
If the language you code in doesn't have it built in I'm sure you could
find (or make) your own User Defined Functions that give the same end
Its best to store the key/salt in a session (server side) variable of
Hope this helps.
From: lupin [mailto:lupin9809hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 5:29 AM
Subject: Encrypted URL
I've seen a couple highly secure Web Application that use encrypted url.
Actually they encrypt the parameter query string.
I think this is a great way to protect against parameter tampering
Does anybody know more about this technique? Papers etc..? How to
implement it? Google didn't help me a lot?
What is you point of view? Do you think it will help to prevent all the
parameter attack (XSS, SQL inj. etc...)?
Thanks a lot for your response in advance.