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Java has many security exposures, and each has different steps taken to reduce or prevent. The first vulnerability is unpatched libraries, resulting from other applications, such as older versions of software. This issue is countered by ensuring that the components are patched and updated using dependency managers, for example, Maven (Kaur & Nayyar, 2020). The second Java susceptibility is application misconfiguration, which exposes the administration interface, and to counter this vulnerability, remove or disable the servlet from the production web.xml. The third security exposure is cross-site scripting, XSS, which occurs when a malicious HTML or client-side script is embedded by an attacker to send malicious content to an unsuspecting user (Kaur & Nayyar, 2020). To counter this vulnerability, URL-encode or HTML-encode all output data.
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