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  • Best practices for web application scanners

    I was curious on best practices and standards for web application scanners as far as should our organization be looking for black, white or gray box solution? Also along those lines would commercial products such as Nessus, Qualys Web Application Scanner and/or FortifyOnDemand (HP product) be any...

    snowowl275 pointsBadges:
  • Using Lotus Notes and Oracle for web application design and data

    I'm planning on making a web application (using Xpages for the design) but instead of me storing it in Lotus Notes, I'll be storing it in a RDBMS (an Oracle database). So, I need a clear separation between the design and the data. How can I pull this off? Would I be able to use Oracle as the data...

    ITKE344,730 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing a smartphone camera from a web application

    In our web application (for mobile devices), we are looking to take an image and upload it. But the problem is that we don't want to use Adobe. Would there be another way to do this? HTML5 perhaps?

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  • Web application development in Lotus Notes

    What is the complexity when we need to develop web application when we are not provided with the Domino server and Notes ID? How far can we develop web application on a local system when application is run in web only with 3 NSF files are used in complete web application set up?

    shivasanjay2,425 pointsBadges:
  • I’m looking for a stronger authentication method for web services

    I deployed a two-factor-authentication solution in order to strength logon to our web applications. The majority of our users who have new tokens are also pop3/imap users (this is from a long time ago). However, I noticed web applications are well protected by 2FA , but mail applications is an easy...

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  • Web-Based System info.

    Does anybody know of a quick free browser-based system information utilities? Something like speccy or iobit system information that can export a quick overview of someones system without needing to download or install any software.

    Techy1984225 pointsBadges:
  • ND_50A Firewall Performance

    Hi, We have an ND_50A firewall working well in our current environment. Now we plan to add more web application that will be accessed via internet. The application server will be connected to the DMZ port. However, before doing so, we need to know  whether ND_50A can afford that in terms...

    NationalExpert15 pointsBadges:
  • How can I allow a user to sign off from an AS/400 web application from the browser?

    I have built a simple web application that uses a web front end to an RPG program.  Upon entering the URL the user is forced to enter a valid AS/400 user ID and password - in a similar manner to a password protected directory on a Linux server using Apache - utilizing a pop up window to collect...

    Slypknot5 pointsBadges:
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