Web Security

When it comes to the Internet and web-based applications, many situations are unique to this area. Rarely are threats of vandalism an issue in typical computing environments. Also, the potential risk for fraud is higher due to the universal availability of these applications over the Internet. The reason we are using the Internet is to expose our product or service to the widest possible audience. We smartly put these web servers in the DMZ so those who access these servers don’t have direct access to our other internal servers. One of the unfortunate issues when using web-based applications is that you need to allow the Internet to access them in order for them to function, so you must open up the ports related to the Web (80 and ...

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