Ajax security basics

Wednesday, 28 June 2006, 11:42 AM EST

Though Ajax applications can be more difficult to test, security professionals already have most of relevant approaches and tools needed. The authors will discuss if today's popular need to say goodbye to the full webpage refreshes using Ajax also means we are saying hello to some new security holes. We will begin with a brief discussion of the technology behind Ajax followed by a discussion on the security impact of applications using Ajax technology.

At SecurityFocus.

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