Is it a security risk to have 'Control + j' functionality enabled in a production instance of PeopleSoft?
The control + j feature within PeopleSoft outputs a list of potentially interesting data for a potential attacker. The feature is generally used to aid in debugging. Here is a the [censored] output ...
During a security audit, our cliente found that we are sending to the cliente a cookie called 'x-oracle-dms-ecid'. They asked to disable it or change its name. We have been reading all the Oracle ...
What design change would you add to the GZIP algorithm so that it makes sure that compression oracle is not present anymore? This is assuming that both the INFLATE and DEFLATE endpoint designs can be ...