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    Some AWS users have difficulty setting HTTP response headers based on Lambda functions. Chris Moyer explains how to accomplish that task, and how it can be helpful for developers.

    CMoyer1715 pointsBadges:
  • April 2015 Patch Tuesday addresses critical HTTP.sys flaw

    Microsoft's April 2015 Patch Tuesday release is lighter than usual with 11 total bulletins, but experts say that system admins should immediately install a critical HTTP.sys patch for Windows Server.

    Michael Heller2,360 pointsBadges:
  • persistent connection (HTTP persistent connection)

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    Margaret Rouse19,700 pointsBadges:
  • How can an HTTP referer header help maintain user Web privacy?

    Expert Michael Cobb explains how an HTTP referer header affects user privacy and outlines changes that can be made to ensure sensitive data is not leaked.

    SearchCloudSecurity4,205 pointsBadges:
  • Improving Web app performance as simple as embracing HTTP/2

    Learn about how the rapidly growing HTTP/2 protocol can improve Web app performance and reduce development headaches.

    SearchSOA.com5,690 pointsBadges:
  • Advent of IoT cloud services to fuel embrace of HTTP

    The evolution of IoT means the birth of IoT cloud services, and that means IT administrators will have to view their networks in new ways.

    PHubbard240 pointsBadges:
  • IE toolbar displays HTTP headers of received pages

    Sometimes an admin needs to see the HTTP header information. A toolbar for Internet Explorer is now available that lets admins view the exact HTTP headers for all documents downloaded by IE. It also shows SSL traffic.

    SearchWindowsServer2,015 pointsBadges:
  • Patch Tuesday addresses remote code flaws in HTTP and Internet Explorer

    Microsoft issues updates to address remote code execution vulnerabilities in HTTP and Internet Explorer in its Patch Tuesday security advice

    Alex Scroxton4,090 pointsBadges:
  • HSTS: How HTTP Strict Transport Security enhances application security

    Many websites are using HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) to enhance application security, but is it really more effective than HTTPS?

    SearchCloudSecurity4,205 pointsBadges:
  • Patch Tuesday fixes issued for HTTP, Internet Explorer

    Microsoft issued patches across 11 bulletins addressing 25 vulnerabilities for April's Patch Tuesday, and rolled out Skype for Business to Office 365 customers.

    Tayla Holman355 pointsBadges:

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