• Web Security School Entrance Exam Answers

    Web Security School Entrance Exam Answers

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  • Why use POST vs. GET to keep applications secure

    Although POST and GET HTTP requests essentially perform the same command on a Web server, a security expert says there are inherent dangers in using one over the other. Learn why one type of processing request provides more security for your Web application in this expert tip.

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  • Web security issues (and how a secure Web gateway can solve them)

    Did you know a secure Web gateway can combat Web security issues such as malware, unapproved application use and social media threats?

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  • What are the hidden mobile app security threats to look out for?

    Mobile app security is a newer field than even Web security. But there are similar gotchas and some common threats that we're already managing.

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  • Web security problems: Five ways to stop login weaknesses

    An IT security expert dissects Web application authentication and login weaknesses and shows some ways to avoid security problems they cause.

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  • Web security features of Internet Explorer 8

    Internet Explorer 8 will go a long way toward solidifying various Web standards, but it lacks significant improvements in security. Learn about domain highlighting and other changes in this tip.

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  • Security services for each Web environment layer

    What are your options for Web security? Security is based on the control layers in the Web application environment, and you have many security options at each layer.

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  • Need Web services security? Dig into WSE 3.0 for Microsoft .NET

    Web Services Enhancements 3.0 lets developers add digital signatures, policy-driven security and bulk binary data transfers for Web services built atop the .NET Framework.

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  • Network devices simplifying integration, Web services security

    Cisco's planned foray into application-oriented networking helps elevate the work of the early pioneers.

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  • New attack methods target Web 2.0, VoIP

    Researchers have found new evidence that attackers are targeting Web 2.0 applications and VoIP with increased vigor. Companies are ill-prepared to meet the threat, they say.

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