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April 28, 2014
The IE zero-day, first spotted by FireEye, is being actively exploited in the wild. US-CERT recommends avoiding IE until a fix is released.
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The following is an excerpt from chapter 6 Gary Bahadur from the book Securing the clicks: Network security in the age of social media. Continue Reading
This section of the XML Web services Tutorial highlights the functions and capabilities of the XML firewall, how the features of an XML firewall compare to other firewalls, and offers advice on how to prevent XML vulnerabilities and stop XML attacks. Continue Reading
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Expert Michael Cobb provides background on the RC4 encryption algorithm and determines whether a recent RC4 attack signals trouble for SSL/TLS users. Continue Reading
Expert Michael Cobb discusses how to prevent SQL injection attacks by validating user input and utilizing parameterized stored procedures. Continue Reading
The Internet Explorer 8 XSS filter can assist in cross-site scripting prevention. Michael Cobb explains how it works in this expert response. Continue Reading