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This article is focused on providing clear, simple, actionable guidance for providing Access Control security in your applications.
==What is URL Level Access Control?==
=Attacks on URL Level Access Control=
=URL Level Access Control Issues=
=Access Control Anti-Patterns=
==Order Specific Operations==
==Never Depend on Untrusted Data==
=Attacking Access Controls=
=Testing for Broken URL Level Access Control=
=Defenses Against URL Level Access Control Attacks=
=Best Practices=
==Best Practice: Code to the Activity==
==Best Practice: SOMETHING==
==Best Practice: SOMETHING ELSE==
*In Some Code
*In Controller
==Best Practice: Verifying policy server-side==
=SQL Integrated Access Control=
= Related Articles  =

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