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Developing Security-Enhanced Web Applications


This three-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills that are needed to build Web applications by using security-enhanced coding techniques. Students will learn how to identify Web application security vulnerabilities and understand the trade-offs between functionality and performance when choosing the appropriate security mechanisms for their Web applications. Throughout this course, students will get hands-on experience in creating security-enhanced Web applications.


This course is intended for students who are responsible for the design and development of Web applications. These students typically have three to five years of experience in developing or designing distributed Web applications. Actual job role titles vary throughout the technology industry, and they may include, but are not limited to:

Web Developer: The Web developer is responsible for developing the logic, coding, testing, and debugging of Web applications and Web application software.

Solutions Architect: The Solutions Architect is responsible for the design of the technical architecture of Web applications and Web-based software applications


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Familiarity with n-tier application architecture.

Experience in developing or designing distributed Web applications.

Experience with one or both of the following programming languages:

Microsoft C#

Microsoft Visual Basic® .NET

Experience in writing server-side and client-side scripts by using one or both of the following scripting languages:

Active Server Pages (ASP)

Microsoft ASP.NET

Familiarity with all of the following Microsoft products and technologies is recommended:

SQL Server 2000

Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS)

In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed:

Course 2310Developing Web Applications Using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

Course 1017Developing Web Applications Using Microsoft Visual InterDev®

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