Safe Browsing 101: What Is a Cross-Site Scripting Attack?

Safe Browsing 101: What Is a Cross-Site Scripting Attack?

Many users naively believe they can browse the Internet, and as long as they don’t click on anything, they are safe. Unfortunately, that is not the case. Cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks are one of many malicious threats looming in the web world—in fact, XSS vulnerabilities are rampant out there. Read and learn how to browse as safely as possible.

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SSL Configuration Best Practices Part 3: Cipher Security Configuration

SSL Configuration Best Practices Part 3: Cipher Security Configuration

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) configuration is a critical component of defending publicly accessible web applications against man-in-the-middle and other attacks. This third of a three-part series on SSL configuration best practices explores server protocol and cipher configuration.

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SSL Configuration Best Practices Part 2: Server Certificates

SSL Configuration Best Practices Part 2: Server Certificates

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) configuration is a critical component of defending publicly accessible web applications against man-in-the-middle and other attacks. This second of a three-part series on SSL configuration best practices explores SSL server certificate best practices.

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