September 06, 2012
Running ColdFusion 10 on Linux you might run into an issue when checking the server status, if your ColdFusion user account has a default shell of /sbin/nologin (this is how your account should be setup for security purposes). So for example when you run:
June 07, 2012
I've given a couple presentations now on the security enhancements in ColdFusion 10. The most recent was today at the Adobe ColdFusion Developer 2012, but I've also given it two other times for a Carahsoft webinar, and for the Carahsoft ColdFusion 10 Preview event in Washington DC.