I am implementing a web api with which I plan to authorize access by accepting a username and password and system name and returning a sessionid which can be used on subsequent calls to authorize the ...
I heard that a security issue exists in some cases when a mobile phone has: Connected to a website via https via 3G Connects to a router I'm told that that in this particular scenario the router ...
I am developing a web app, which makes HTTP calls as long as the user is not logged in. Once the user clicks the login button, he is sent to a "login page" that is HTTPS. The login makes an Ajax call ...
I notice many websites implementing HTTPS for changes in account information even though the user has already logged in through HTTPS and tracked by SESSION. Is this really necessary?