Date Added: Feb 2009
Technology growth on the Web has changed the way businesses and consumers communicate and interact with each other. The Web has become a staple for information sharing and commercial transactions. At the same time it has also become complex, without boundaries and immediate in its nature. A single Web page today can be comprised of information from many simultaneous sources from around the world. It only takes one of these sources to be compromised in order for a new Web attack to be quickly propagated and delivered to many unsuspecting Web users. The ubiquity and complexity, compounded with holes in the infrastructure, have made the Web vulnerable to attack.