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Hi everyone, Bryan here. RSA Conference is hosting a series of “encore” webcasts of popular presentations from past years, and I’m happy to announce that my 2008 session on Ajax Security (originally presented with Billy Hoffman of HP) was chosen for the series. I’ll be presenting an updated version of the original session via Live Meeting next Wednesday, March 11 at 1:00 PM EST. If you’d like to attend, please register here.
From the session abstract: People talk in the abstract about Ajax security issues like an “increased attack surface” or “code transparency issues.” But how secure is your average Ajax application? In this session, a sample Ajax application will be built using design patterns, advice, and code samples from respected resources in the Ajax community; then the glaring security defects will be exposed.