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Reading this threat I picked up a copy of the Securing AJAX Applications book by Christopher Wells. Too bad it only briefly touched on anything specific to AJAX. Honestly this was the first O'Reilly book I have ever regretted purchasing since it has very little useful information that is related directly to its title. If you want a high level, generic view of web app security, this might fit the bill...
Dean H. Saxe, CISSP, CEH
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On Aug 11, 2007, at 11:17 PM, Billy Hoffman wrote:
> I will be putting up the slides on SPI's website very soon (we are
> all a little business with post black hat stuff and the HP merger).
> I'll forward the slides to you directly as well as a copy of the
> free chapter.
> Thanks for the interest, its going to be an awesome book,
> Billy Hoffman
> Lead Researcher, SPI Labs
> Phone: 678-781-4800
> Direct: 678-781-4845
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> Subject: [WEB SECURITY] Rough Cut of To-Be-Published Ajax Security
> When searching for "Securing Ajax Applications", I came across this
> What I was really looking for was this - http://isbn.nu/9780596529314
> But after reading both, I'm convinced that Christopher Wells, Billy
> Hoffman, and Bryan Sullivan really know their stuff and explain all of
> the concepts rather well.
> Did anyone get a free print copy of the sample chapter from "Ajax
> Security" after the `Premature Ajax-ulation' talk? I'd be interested
> to hear which chapter they included. I'm also having a hard time
> finding the slides for that presentation. Will someone please point
> me in the right direction?
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