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Sarah Palin's Yahoo Email Hacker Could Get 50 Years??

APRIL 20, 2010

David Kernell, a 22-year-old student at University of Tennessee will stand trial on four felony charges related to his “hacking” of Ex-Governor Sarah Palin’s e-mail...

iTunes 10B Song Download Is On...

FEBRUARY 15, 2010

Remember the days when getting music meant leaving your chair and driving to a store? Remember having to buy a whole album of filler to get that one great song you heard on the radio? iTunes didn't only change the way music was distributed... it changed music. This is why the upcoming milestone is so momentus...

Using Password Hashes To Prevent Lawsuits

JANUARY 29, 2010

When it comes to security in web applications, just like with security in anything physical, you can never be totally and 100% sure that your data and application will be protected from malicious actions...

Database Security

JULY 20, 2005

I'm sad to say that most programmers still don't give enough attention to security related topics. Rustybrick is concerned with security, and this is a glimpse at our practices and patterns that minimize database security risks, otherwise known as "tainting SQL" or "SQL insertion attacks." Read on to see.

MySQL vs. Postgres

SEPTEMBER 22, 2004

I've always loved MySQL. It's fast, simple, free and there are plenty of resources on the web covering every topic. But there is much more to databases then MySQL. A client of mine asked me to do a job using Postgres to enable compatibility with existing systems. I installed Postgres pretty easily...

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