Multi-factor Authentication on the Web

Authentication is a central part of an authorization scheme – it is important to know who someone (or some thing) is to know what he/she/it is allowed to do. Recently there has been a lot of discussion of multi-factor authentication on the web. First, what is multi-factor authentication?  There are three general ways to authenticate […]
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Injections (Not the Kind from the Doctor!)

Dark Reading reported in early May of this year that injection attacks are on the rise again. Injection attacks were also number one on the OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Top Ten for 2011. The OWASP Top Ten project describes itself  as “a broad consensus about what the most critical web application security flaws […]
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