Posts Tagged 'email and web security'

Starting college marks the first of many adulting firsts — first dorm room, first roommate, first no-curfew-on-a-school-night — indeed, there are so many mind-blowing firsts to celebrate and enjoy. Unfortunately, going from mom and dad’s house to your own domain with new tech habits also opens up your personal information. So, along with Freshman English and […]

Thursday, we posted advice on creating a custom domain name for an application developed with Google’s App Engine. In this post, we will learn how to add SSL support and force the App Engine application to use only SSL. Start by obtaining an SSL certificate for your domain from an authorized certificate authority. Consider following […]

Google’s App Engine is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) for developers that provides features and frameworks to quickly and easily build scalable web applications. Developers can create applications and deploy them to the App Engine. When a web application is created using the App Engine, the application is assigned a unique project ID. Developers […]

XML is a popular language for web developers, partially due to its software and hardware independence. Recently, however, XML security is under threat from XML external entity injection (XXE) attacks, a dangerous vulnerability in XML web applications. Even the most secure app, including those from Facebook and Google, can be affected by this vulnerability. The […]

Google Apps for Work advertises itself as “Business email, calendar, storage and more – An all-in-one suite to communicate, store and create.” Not surprisingly, in a brief phrase Google has captured the essence of a series of benefits of the cloud. Organizations are struggling with expertise, costs, security, privacy, and the contest between time and […]