Security cleanup for Ajax apps

Friday, 15 September 2006, 4:32 PM EST

Vulnerabilities arise with every new Web technology, and Ajax is no exception. Ajax's instantaneous data feedback is imposing new demands on IT architects to change the way users interact with and access corporate data via Web-based applications.

The danger to IT organizations is that Ajax technology is being perceived as a direct pipeline into corporate data. That's pushing developers to inadvertently expose more data and server logic than ever before.

At CRN.

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