The Master of Science in cybersecurity technology at University of Maryland University College is an innovative degree program that draws from fields such as technology, forensics, management, law, science, business, and psychology to provide you with the most current knowledge and skills for protecting critical cyber infrastructure and assets.
These program requirements are for students who enroll in the 2017–2018 academic year.
To normalise an email address input, you would convert the domain part ONLY to lowercase.
Detailed information on XSS prevention here: OWASP XSS Prevention Cheat Sheet Many websites allow users to upload files, such as a profile picture or more. Many web applications do not treat email addresses correctly due to common misconceptions about what constitutes a valid address.
Specifically, it is completely valid to have an mailbox address which: At the time of writing, RFC 5321 is the current standard defining SMTP and what constitutes a valid mailbox address.
If the input field comes from a fixed set of options, like a drop down list or radio buttons, then the input needs to match exactly one of the values offered to the user in the first place.
Free-form text, especially with Unicode characters, is perceived as difficult to validate due to a relatively large space of characters that need to be whitelisted.
It is very difficult to validate rich content submitted by a user.
For more information, please see the cheatsheet on Sanitizing HTML Markup with a Library Designed for the Job.
For prior year academic requirements, visit the catalog archive in the Current Students section.
Coursework in the cybersecurity technology master's degree program features emerging topics in the field and builds in many opportunities for you to interact with employers through recruitment and networking events.
Recent changes to the landscape mean that the number of false-negatives will increase, particularly due to: To ensure an address is deliverable, the only way to check this is to send the user an email and have the user take action to confirm receipt.
Beyond confirming that the email address is valid and deliverable, this also provides a positive acknowledgement that the user has access to the mailbox and is likely to be authorized to use it.
Input validation can be implemented using any programming technique that allows effective enforcement of syntactic and semantic correctness, for example: , where the ' character is fully legitimate.