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On Dec 27 Przemysław Dąbek wrote: Be more security-aware developer/user
Examples are pretty useful, ready to check on existing websites (of course those you own ;-))... Full Review  >

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On Nov 14 Andrew Reynolds wrote: Think your web app is safe? Think again!
Got a website? Maybe it's just displaying a few static pages, maybe it's running a pretty fancy web app. You're proud of what you've made, it looks nice and it's bulletproof right? Wrong. In Hacking Web Apps, Mike Shema shows how security on your average site is an illusion. Full Review  >

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On Oct 1 Allan Dahl wrote: Prepare to escape from your comfort zone
This book takes you on a rollercoaster ride bringing you well out of you comfort zone thinking about your security and privacy on the web. Mike manages to show you some easily exploitable quirks that may exist in most likely any webapplication. Quirks that you need to know exist if you are a web developer. Full Review  >

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On Sep 30 Marc 137 wrote: Useful information on day to day
All web developers should have it on the table. The bad guys are always ahead. We know that the web is not safe. Full Review  >

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On Sep 21 Ninajean Slone wrote: Something we all need
In today’s world, we absolutely must be concerned about security. There are quite a few ways our information including our passwords, bank account information and personal identity can be stolen via the web. Most of the attacks need only the browser to access this information, according to Mike Shema. Mr. Shema is a well-respected authority in the web security field. Full Review  >

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On Sep 5 Mat Powell wrote: Hacking Web Apps
The web is vulnerable. We all know this. Hacking Web Apps explores eight core areas of web applications with information needed for both attack and defense. Full Review  >

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On Sep 5 Fabio Alessandro Locati wrote: A must read for every developer
Have you ever thought that the website you are developing or using is secure? Well, this book will make you change your opinion. This book will change your idea of security and therefor you’ll start to see anything as “probably having some security glitch”. Full Review  >

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