Tag Archive | "Security"


05 April 2006 | 119,100 views

AJAX: Is your application secure enough?

Introduction We see it all around us, recently. Web applications get niftier by the day by utilising the various new techniques recently introduced in a few web-browsers, like I.E. and Firefox. One of those new techniques involves using Javascript. More specifically, the XmlHttpRequest-class, or object. Webmail applications use it to quickly update the list of [...]

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24 March 2006 | 7,143 views

Is Open Source Really More Secure?

Is Open Source more secure? That’s a question that can be answered with both yes and no. Not only that, but the reasons for the “yes” and the “no” are fairly much the same. Because you can see the source the task of hacking or exploiting it is made easier, but at the same time [...]

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10 March 2006 | 13,736 views

Post-Mortem Data Destruction

1. Introduction This article describes and partly implements a method to delete or re-locate, potentially sensitive and / or incriminating information from your UNIX flavoured machine, after the sad event of your death. An older version of this article has been published before, yet it has since disappeared from the Internet and the Google cache; [...]

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