It’s no secret that the world runs on open-source. From our Apache and NGinx webservers, our Ubuntu server OS’s, even our .NET and python programming languages. However, how many think that this could potentially be an issue?
In a time of hacker attacks on critical infrastructure, even a run-of-the-mill malware infection on an electric utility’s network is enough to raise alarm bells. But the latest collection of power grid penetrations went far deeper: Security firm Symantec is warning… Read More ›
Most common applications and “home-brew” sites use sessions for storing temporary data as well as authentication. However, sometimes a developer may want the session to span over multiple domains and or servers, and some may just be very security conscience…. Read More ›