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Secure Programming Tips - Cookie Creation & Session Management

Week 4: Cookie Creation and Session Management

Thursday, October 10, 2013/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (10186)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Secure Programming Tips - User Feedback Messages

Week 3: User Feedback Messages

Thursday, October 10, 2013/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (2005)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: No rating
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Secure Programming Tips - Application Error Handling

Secure Programming Tips Week 2: Application Error Handling

Thursday, October 10, 2013/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (2040)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: 5.0
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Secure Programming Tips - Input Validation

Week 1: Input Validation

The purpose of the following series of articles is to aid you, the developer, in creating more secure applications. These articles do not assume any programming or security expertise, nor are the contents focused on any specific programming language or technology. This article contains tips for beginning and advanced developers, and it doesn’t matter if you develop in .NET, Java, PHP or any other of the numerous languages we use to develop applications. This series will be broken down into seven distinct articles. Each weekly article, listed below, will provide an overview of the pros and cons associated with its implementation, as well as how to handle them in a more secure manner.
Thursday, October 10, 2013/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (3189)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: 5.0
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SQL Server Performance Situations - Full Table Scans

SQL Server Full Table Scans - Key SQL Performance Situations to Watch Out For

Have you ever opened up a really big book lately?  Let’s say someone handed you a copy ofWar and Peace by Tolstoy and told you that there was an interesting phrase found on page 435.  How would you go about looking up that page?  Would you start at the beginning of the book, turning page after page, one at a time looking for page 435?  Would you start at the back of the book and do the same?  The most common answer to that is “Who’s Tolstoy?” but following at a close second place is “No way?  What are you… stupid or something?  Why would anyone do that?”  The most common way people would go about finding that page number would be to start in the middle.
Thursday, October 10, 2013/Author: Chad Nash/Number of views (8956)/Comments (-)/ Article rating: 5.0
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