Day: May 3, 2020

CS142 Web Programming and Security

Winter 2009

The web uses complex applications that run on heterogeneous
browsers that may be built using programming technologies such as
Javascript, AJAX, Google Web Toolkit, Apache Struts, Java Server
Faces, and Rails. This course covers how core web technologies
work; common security vulnerabilities; and how to build secure web
applications that avoid them.

Prerequisities: CS107 and CS108.

Administrative

Lectures: Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
11:00-11:50am, CERAS 300
Sections: Friday, 4:15-5:05pm, in 380-380Y.
Newsgroup: su.class.cs142 (for discussion with TAs
and other students)
Questions for TAs: cs142ta@cs.stanford.edu

Final

  Time Location
Regular Friday Mar-20-2009 08:30-11:30AM HERRIN T175
Alternate Thursday Mar-19-2009 08:30-11:30AM HERRIN T175

Note: if you need to take the alternate final and have not yet told us, contact the TAs now

The final will be open-book and open-laptop, but not open-Internet: you will need to disable your wireless receivers.

Review Session Slides

Projects

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Due: Wednesday, January 14, 11:59pm

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Due: Wednesday, January 21

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