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Regular expressions are a concise yet expressive language for expressing patterns. For instance, in networked software, they are used for input validation and intrusion detection. ...
Deciding whether to trust apps or not just got more complicated. Michael Kassner asked a pair of researchers why that is.
Guest contributor Jeanne Morain outlines four steps of a business service approach to migrating applications to the cloud.
If the fancy tech on TV crime shows makes you chuckle, keep in mind that there are many other ways real cases differ from the TV versions. Deb Shinder offers tips for working with ...
Templates let you develop web sites that share a similar structure and graphic identity, quickly and without having to worry about accidentally deleting or changing elements. Ryan ...
In the digital age, companies are under a lot of risk for harm. This is why some employee monitoring is necessary.
There is a group of security professionals that volunteer their time -- lots of time -- to rid the Internet of cybercrime. Discover how they are making a difference.
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At the Gartner Symposium ITxpo 2008 in Sydney this week, Andrew Walls, the research director and security analyst at Gartner presented "Security in the Age of E-Commerce and Web 2....
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