Writing Secure CFML cfObjective 2013 Slides

coldfusion Here are the slides to my cf.Objective() 2013 presentation Writing Secure CFML, thanks to those who attended. Please stop by the Foundeo Inc. booth and say hi, if you are at the conference.

I will be speaking on Locking Down ColdFusion tomorrow (Friday) at 10:10

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Learn about ColdFusion Security at cfObjective 2013

coldfusion For the past two-three months ColdFusion has been increasingly targeted by attackers, as many have found out the hard way. Because my company Foundeo Inc.

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Maximum Security CFML - cfObjective Slides

coldfusion What a great conference cf.Objective() was this year! The quality of presentations was really good and I think that is due both to the speakers and the content advisory board led by Bob Silverberg and including Barney Boisvert, Dan Wilson, Emily Christiansen, Jason Dean, Kurt Wiersma, Marc Esher.

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Sponsoring and Speaking at cf.Objective() 2011

coldfusion I'm happy to announce that my company Foundeo will be sponsoring the cf.Objective() conference in Minneapolis MN May 12-14 2011!

Foundeo will be showing off FuseGuard Firewall for ColdFusion and our Hack My CF Server Security Scanner.

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Last Day to win Free ColdFusion Security Training

coldfusion As you may have heard, Jason Dean and I are teaching a cf.Objective() pre-conference one-day hands on ColdFusion security training class. We are giving away a seat to the class, and today March 23rd is the last day to enter (you must enter by 5pm Eastern Time), you can enter once per day.

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Hands on ColdFusion Security Training

coldfusion One of the best ways to really learn about something, is to roll up your sleeves, get your hands dirty. This is especially true for learning about security, it can be difficult to fully understand how attacks work by just reading about it.

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Hardening ColdFusion - cfObjective 2009 Presentation Slides

coldfusion I've been meaning to post the slides the presentation I gave at cf.

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did you hack my cf?