Cache is a component that transparently stores data so that future requests for that data can be served faster. The data that is stored within a cache might be values that have been computed earlier or duplicates of original values that are stored elsewhere. If requested data is contained in the ...

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Optimise user data fetch using S3

I'm writing a mobile app that communicates with my server using REST. Upon every launch, the app makes a call to the server api to check whether there was a change in the user details (using a ...
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Should login pages be cacheable?

I'm considering the relative benefits/disadvantages of making a login page cacheable. Note that here I'm referring to the page containing the form into which the user enters their username and ...
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What should I do if I type my password in the address bar, or type password in google search?

When someone accidentally types his or her password in one of the following three locations and presses enter, what should they do? username text box address bar Google search What do you suggest, ...
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PHP Handlers and Caching

I recently began configuring our production server for a new Drupal site. Up till now, I've always used the default PHP handler mod_php, and removed write privileges for any directory/file except ...
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Caching Behaviour on major browsers

Before I even ask the question - this is a hard question to frame, so I welcome edits to improve clarity. How do major browsers decide how to cache responses, especially if said responses are ...
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Malicious PHP code can run in cache. Solution?

I have a module that I cache some details (w/c is from the input of the user) to lessen the load of my database The way how I cache is by creating html page with the details of the user using ...
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Expiring Decryption Key

So, I'm just a programmer -- I don't know much about cryptography so bare with me and my lack of knowledge in this realm. But essentially, I'm wanting to cache data that could be potentially volatile ...