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    Default detecting data received is malicious or not

    i want to data received is malicious or not.
    But i don't know how to do that. So please help me.

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    Don't execute it, and its just data.

    Or accept it only from a trusted source.

    Or require the trusted source to digitally sign it.

    Or require the trusted source to encrypt and sign it.

    Or don't accept any data from any else but you.

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    You know what data you expect to receive. Come up with a set of rules and enforce them. For example,

    Only so many bytes long

    Only contains certain characters

    Each piece of the data has the right format

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