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Google Testing Blog: Introducing DOM Snitch, our passive in-the-browser reconnaissance tool
A Chrome extension that enables developers and testers to identify insecure practices commonly found in client-side code.
BlogPost  Testing  Security  Tools  GoogleChromeExtensions 
june 2011 by robertc
Troy Hunt: OWASP Top 10 for .NET developers part 6: Security Misconfiguration
Some tips on configuring ASP.Net in a more secure fashion on production environments.
BlogPost  Web  Security  Tips 
december 2010 by robertc
HashMask | Arc90 Lab
"HashMask is an attempt to find a more secure middle ground between clear and masked passwords. It does this by visualizing a hashed representation of the password as a sparkline with color – the intent being that the user would become familiar with this image and be able to easily confirm that they typed the right (or wrong) password."
Security  Usability  jQuery  Tools 
october 2010 by robertc
Ruby on Rails Guides: Ruby On Rails Security Guide
A readable introduction to web application security issues, focussed on Rails but with some generally useful information.
Web  Development  Security  Reference  Ruby 
september 2010 by robertc
Track down your stolen laptop – Prey
Use your webcam to take snapshots of that nasty person who stole your laptop.
Security  Software  OpenSource 
february 2010 by robertc
SecurePage encrypts an HTML page and adds a JavaScript wrapper, making a new page that can be decrypted by any web browser given the correct passphrase.
Security  Tools  JavaScript 
january 2010 by robertc
Category:OWASP Guide Project - OWASP
Comprehensive advice for building secure websites with J2EE, ASP.NET, and PHP code samples.
Web  Security  Reference 
july 2009 by robertc
Why No More 9/11s? (consolidated version for printout) - By Timothy Noah - Slate Magazine
Found in Schneier's CRYPTO-GRAM: "I don't know how I missed this great series from Slate in February. It's eight essays exploring why there have been no follow-on terrorist attacks in the U.S. since 9/11 (not counting the anthrax mailings, I guess)"
Essay  Politics  Security 
june 2009 by robertc

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