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  1. STR02-C. Sanitize data passed to complex subsystems

    . As a result, it is necessary to sanitize all string data passed to complex subsystems so that the resulting string is innocuous in the context in which it will be interpreted. These are some examples of complex subsystems: Command processor via a call to system() or similar function (also addressed in ENV03-C. Sanitize
  2. IDS33-PL. Sanitize untrusted data passed across a trust boundary

    the subsystem must parse. Such data must be sanitized both because the subsystem may be unprepared to handle the malformed input and because unsanitized input may include an injection attack. In particular, programs must sanitize all string data that is passed to command interpreters or parsers so that the resulting string
  3. IDS07-J. Sanitize untrusted data passed to the Runtime.exec() method

    a crude form of component-based software engineering. Command and argument injection vulnerabilities occur when an application fails to sanitize untrusted input … , or when they start with a - or / to indicate a switch. Any string data that originates from outside the program's trust boundary must be sanitized before being
  4. IDS08-J. Sanitize untrusted data included in a regular expression

    to change the groupings by supplying untrusted input. Untrusted input should be sanitized before use to prevent regex injection. When the user must specify … ) before delivering the user-supplied string to the regex parser is a good input sanitization strategy. A programmer must provide only a very limited subset
  5. ENV03-C. Sanitize the environment when invoking external programs

    not call system().) Clear the environment and fill it with trusted or default values. This recommendation is a more specific instance of STR02-C. Sanitize data passed … solution, the environment is cleared by clearenv(), and then the PATH and IFS variables are set to safe values before system() is invoked. Sanitizing shell commands
  6. Input Validation and Data Sanitization

    program input. This requires that inputs conform to type and numeric range requirements as well as to input invariants for the class or subsystem. Sanitization: In many cases, the data is passed directly to a component in a different trusted domain. Data sanitization is the process of ensuring that data conforms
  7. Rule 00. Input Validation and Data Sanitization (IDS)

    Rules Risk Assessment Summary Rule Severity Likelihood Remediation Cost Priority Level IDS00-J High Probable Medium P12 L1 IDS01-J High Probable Medium P12 L1 IDS03-J Medium Probable Medium P8 L2 IDS04-J Low Probable High P2 L3 IDS06-J Medium Unlikely Medium P4 L3 IDS07-J High Probable Medium P12 L1 IDS08-J Medium Unli
  8. Rule 19. Input Validation and Data Sanitization (IDS)

    Contents Android Only C C++ Java rule-list
    AndroidMay 08, 2015
  9. Rec. 19. Input Validation and Data Sanitization (IDS)

    Contents Android Only C C++ Java recommendation-list
    AndroidMay 08, 2015
  10. Rec. 00. Input Validation and Data Sanitization (IDS)

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