October 31, 2012

Nowadays Website Applications are an essential part of businesses.  There are no limitations to what website applications can do.  They can create amazing sites that help in all aspects of life and business: sales, finance, human resources, management, public relations...

October 26, 2012

I'm sure you all follow the New School blog and have read Compliance Lessons from Lance. My take on the post is to find a way to position compliance from a necessary evil to a necessary evil to achieve business success. Since we can't directly change compliance standar...

October 25, 2012

This is the second post in our Building Secure Web Apps series.

Traditional single-cookie session management leaves Web applications vulnerable to Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) attacks. CSRF attacks exploit the fact that browsers will send associated cookies with an...

October 16, 2012

For those of you that have been following my previous blogs, especially one on ethical hacking services, would know we have had a bit of a pattern in our blogging recently. And that topic is all about ethical hacking. Today I want to discuss two major tactics in ethica...

October 3, 2012

Is your company one of thousands of businesses that has retained sensitive data? This can include names, birth dates, addresses, credit card information, copies of personal ID’s, taxes, licenses, social security numbers, banking information, account login and passwords...

October 1, 2012

Why use JSLint?


JSlint is a Javascript parser and code quality checker. It was created by Douglas Crockford, who also created the official JSON data standard.

It will warn us if we use features of Javascript which are problematic, and if the variabl...

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