Tips and tricks on Ajax security

Ajax security can be achieved by following the proper guidelines. In this podcast, expert Caleb Sima explains why Ajax is not inherently insecure, which tools work and which don't, and how to safely deploy Ajax.

Caleb Sima
Caleb Sima, CTO, SPI Dynamics

Ajax security is the source of a lot of anxiety. This is understandable, as Ajax is everywhere, and the consequences of an exploit can be devastating.

Ajax, however, is not inherently insecure. Security can be achieved by following basically the same security guidelines one uses for other languages, tailored to Ajax's specific needs.

In this podcast, expert Caleb Sima, co-founder and CTO of SPI Dynamics Inc. and director of SPI Labs, discusses security methods and tools for this oft misapplied language.

The podcast may be downloaded here:
Ajax security: A dynamic approach

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This was last published in November 2006

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