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Other » 07.12.2009 » by Priyanka13
In this chapter you will be looking at the way a typical web server responds when put under an increasing amount of load from client requests, both when it has ModSecurity disabled and when it is enabled, and will then be able to compare the results takes a look at the performance of ModSecurity.
PHP » 11.03.2009 » by gearup
Anybody that codes a script that accepts user input and inserts data into a sql database must make sure the database's integrity is protected. Is your database safe from SQL injection attacks?
PHP » 01.03.2009 » by gearup
In this tutorial, we will take a look at 5 tips to help you avoid some common PHP security pitfalls and development glitches.
PHP » 14.02.2009 » by gearup
In this tutorial you will learn all about Php Sessions. Before you start reading you must have a basic understanding of PHP, if you like this tutorial So please go gental on the comments.
Oracle » 11.02.2009 » by Anusonia
In the web services scenario, XML messages are exchanged between the client application and the web services. Certain essages contain critical business information and, therefore, the integrity of the message should be ensured.
PHP » 05.01.2009 » by gearup
Looking to better understand PHP security? Securing user input and output on pages is the key to keeping your site secure.
PHP » 22.12.2008 » by gearup
In this tutorial we’ll look at how attackers use SQL injection for the purpose of damage or unauthorized access and how to protect you and your site against it.
PHP » 10.12.2008 » by gearup
Advanced PHP users and a few learners will have heard that PHP sessions have many vulnerabilities and security issues...
PHP » 02.12.2008 » by gearup
Enable your web application for Open ID to let your users log in without having to remember yet another password.
Ruby On Rails » 27.10.2008 » by gearup
This episode will show you how to filter this sensitive input so it doesn't show up in the log file.