Tuesday, December 30, 2003

Interview with star-techcentral Malaysia

[Interview during HITB 2003 KL]
Bad coding can lead to attacks

BAD web application coding is one of the main culprits behind network intrusion incidences said Shreeraj Shah, director of Net Square.

“Although it’s difficult to say if it’s the back-end services or the front-end application at fault, the chances that a system compromise was due to flawed web application code is much higher,” he said.

“This is especially so since there are more services level defences available these days,” he added.

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Saturday, December 20, 2003

HITB 2003 - Slides & Presentations

Talk on web application security at KL during HITB2003
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Sunday, November 30, 2003

Spot the Star by Nasscom

Presented Net Square at Nasscom forum in "Spot the Star" event. It was fun!
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Friday, August 29, 2003

CII seminar at Ahmedabad

CIT was organized by CII at Ahmedabad. My talk there.
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Wednesday, March 05, 2003

Web Hacking in Inodnesia

Book is published in different language in Indonesia.

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Tuesday, January 14, 2003

E-Shoplifting (InformIT Article)


In the beginning, computer systems were installed to manage back-end operations and support employees in their daily tasks. As technology evolved and systems became cheaper to deploy, businesses started using computers more and more in the management of their operations. By the early 1990s, computers and computer networks had become the information backbone of most enterprises, hosting a myriad of applications that even handled complex business logic.

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