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- 3-D Web Application Risk Assessment Service. // Software World;May2004, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p26
This article reports that the Nebulas Security Ltd. and the Imperva Inc. have launched their unique three-dimensional Web Application Risk Assessment Service. This solution enables organizations to understand the true risks surrounding their own Web applications and is a combination of Nebulas...
- AS STANDARDS EVOLVE, PLATFORMS IMPROVE. Trombly, Maria // Securities Industry News;5/5/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p13
This article reports on the possible plans of U.S.-based software developers Microsoft Corp., IBM, BEA and Sun Microsystems Inc. to expand their basic web services development frameworks to offer support for the latest security and transaction protocols, improve Web services coordination, and...
- The Sting. Strom, David // Information Security;Nov2007, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p50
The article discusses the use of honeyclients, a variation of a honeynet technique used to trap and detect web criminals. Honeyclients are used to hunt down criminal web browsers and dangerous sites. This technology has the capability to identify malware tools that are not publicized, giving web...
- Only 8% Of Web Applications Secured Against Common Hacking. // Database & Network Journal;Apr2004, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p24
This article reports that the Nebulas Security Ltd. has announced the results of research conducted by its application penetration-testing partner, Imperva Inc. It notes that after four years of penetration testing on more than 250 web applications including electronic commerce, online banking,...
- Web software raises expectations, presses vendors. Phair, Matthew // ENR: Engineering News-Record;06/30/97, Vol. 238 Issue 26, p12
Reports on the impact of World Wide Web on the development of computer software. Ease and speed of using browser software; Solutions for easy access; Object-oriented design software; Process and power markets; Complete life-cycle database solutions for plants.
- WEB TOLLS AHEAD? Roush, Wade // Technology Review;Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 105 Issue 1, p20
Reports the World Wide Web Consortium in the United States. Collection of licensing fees on technologies incorporated into Web standards; Impact of the Patent Policy Working Group on software developers; Disclosure of patents relating to computer standards.
- Who needs Java? // InfoWorld;2/24/97, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p1
Presents an overview of `Infoworld' magazine's evaluation of three techniques for the development of applications for the web. Web application servers as the most efficient of the bunch; PowerBuilder-centric nature of extended 4GL solution; Lack of integration as the main problem of the Java...
- Sorting the strategies. Young, Tom // InfoWorld;2/24/97, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p64
Focuses on the three different strategies for the development of web applications. Connectivity, integration and developer productivity as the broad areas of issues in web application development.
- Extended 4GL solution. Wang, Yun P.; Hammond, Eric // InfoWorld;2/24/97, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p66
Evaluates the extended 4GL solution for the development of web applications. Components of this solution; Web technology support; Time-saving features of this strategy; ODBC and native database drivers.