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Posted 9 Apr 2009

Securing ASP.NET Applications

, 9 Apr 2009 CPOL
This article takes a look at two recent attacks on web applications and how they were perpetrated. Then it dives head first into a litany of different potential security holes and more importantly, how to plug them in ASP.Net.



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About the Author

Gil Shabat
Chief Technology Officer Novologies LLC
United States United States
Gil Shabat is a co-founder and one of the managing directors of Novologies LLC (, a small web development consulting firm located in the NYC metro area that focuses on helping various companies to plan & build their own powerful web applications, as well as on advising development teams on complex web development challenges.

Gil was one of the key people to architect and build Scopings (, a new type of web product in the recruiting space, now in beta, and has helped to make it the powerful platform it is today.

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