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To validate input captured with server controls, you can use the Regular Expression Validator control. Input validation can become a security issue if an attacker discovers that you have made unfounded assumptions.
To validate other forms of input, such as query strings, cookies, and HTML control input, you can use the System. The attacker can then supply carefully crafted input that compromises your application by attempting SQL injection, cross-site scripting, and other injection attacks.
Everything in java is an object, except primitives. Since they are not objects, they cannot return as objects, and collection of objects.
To support this, java provides wrapper classes to move primitives to objects.
To avoid such vulnerability, you should validate text fields (such as names, addresses, tax identification numbers, and so on) and use regular expressions to do the following: Regular expression support is available to ASP. If you capture input by using server controls, you can use the Regular Expression Validator control to validate that input.