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comment Best practice for security checks, in surface or deep layer?
I like your formulation. Can I borrow it? Sorry if my question is too generic, but I have a hard time understanding how a question on Programmers can't be really precise as the subject of this stackexchange isn't an exact science (compare to StackOverflow where there is usually just one good answer for each question).
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comment Best practice for security checks, in surface or deep layer?
There are a lots of good tips in here! I really like the idea of the proxy!
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comment Best practice for security checks, in surface or deep layer?
My problem is not about creating my security rules (or my question would be on StackOverflow instead). It more about what to do when I have a lot of them, and don't want my code to be impossible to maintain.
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comment Best practice for security checks, in surface or deep layer?
I like the last sentence! "upper layer validation for better user experience, and lower layer validations for security."
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comment Best practice for security checks, in surface or deep layer?
I added more details, but the question is really open because I'm not looking for a clear answer, only best practices and tips.
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