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Securing Ajax Applications: Ensuring the Safety of the Dynamic Webby Christopher Wells
Synopses & Reviews
Ajax applications should be open yet secure. Far too often security is added as an afterthought. Potential flaws need to be identified and addressed right away. This book explores Ajax and web application security with an eye for dangerous gaps and offers ways that you can plug them before they become a problem. By making security part of the process from the start, you will learn how to build secure Ajax applications and discover how to respond quickly when attacks occur.
Book News Annotation:
In addition to the responsiveness that makes AJAX so appealing, it can also create security flaws that need to be addressed at the development stage. This book examines the challenges created by the new generation of Web development, explores these structures, and looks for gaps.
About the Author
Christopher Wells has deployed security solutions for major healthcare, telecommunication, and financial industries, and is currently employed as an Information Security Consultant for a major financial institution. He is an accomplished applications security architect with over 10 years of application security experience. Christopher holds multiple security certifications including a Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP), and holds a Bachelor degree from the University of Minnesota.
Table of Contents
DedicationPrefaceChapter 1: The Evolving WebChapter 2: Web SecurityChapter 3: Securing Web TechnologiesChapter 4: Protecting the ServerChapter 5: A Weak FoundationChapter 6: Securing Web ServicesChapter 7: Building Secure APIsChapter 8: MashupsColophon
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