In my previous post, What is a SQL Injection Attack, I gave a brief overview of SQL injection and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), primarily with regard to websites. In the example given, we saw that an attack could take the form of a ‘hacked’ URL which contained either a literal SQL statement, or a hexadecimal string that could be interpreted by an insecure SQL database server. Read more – ‘How to Fix a SQL Injection Attack’.
A few months ago I posted an article on Installing Apache on Vista, and it proved to be extremely popular. It appears that I was not the only one who found it a non trivial matter.
Now it is the turn of ColdFusion 8. ColdFusion 8 as we well know is the latest and greatest incarnation of the ColdFusion platform from Adobe. It has a lot of great new features such as cfimage, cfzip, cfexchange, some contentious features such as cfthread and cfinterface, and some not-so-necessarily-cool new â€œWeb 2.0â€³ features such as cffeed and cfajax. Read more – ‘Installing ColdFusion 8 on Vista’.