Security Injections - FAQ


401 or 403 Error Accessing Module

If you are trying to access a security injection module and are shown a 4XX error message, then you need to clear your cache from your web browser. Information about how to do this can be found at the following places:

  1. Google Chrome
  2. Safari
  3. Firefox
  4. Edge

If you clear your cache and still find you are having issues please reach out.

Interactive Security Checklist not Highlighting or Bolding

If you are going through a security injection module that has an interactive security checklist section and you are unable to see code highlights or bolding, then there are a few actions you can take to solve this issue.

  1. Reload the Page
  2. Restart the Module from the Beginning
  3. Clear your Browser’s Cache - make sure to save all of your written answers in another file first

Internet Unstable

If your internet connection is unstable and you fear you will have trouble completing the module, you have nothing to worry about. All security injections modules are able to be downloaded and accessible offline. You can go through all parts of the module and generate the report sheet. To do this, save the webpage as a html file then open the file in your download folder.

Help with Module

If you are having trouble completing a module, please reach out to your teacher or professor first before filling out the feedback form. The feedback form is intended to help those with technical difficulties, not as a way to help receive help completing a module.

Accessing Modules

You can find links to the modules on the following websites:

  1. CLARK
  2. Security Injections