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comment Vertical information portal security with a customized web browser
@Rook, Very insightful and informative. This gives me solid foundation to measure pros/cons for a system of this nature. Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge.
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@Rook, do you have some insight to add besides the obvious that no system can be totally secure? Possibly a checklist of known threats and possible viable precautionary measures that are currently working to some extent. Your profile relates to Trust No One. Can you shed some light on this in regards to the topic question and share your knowledge on ways to prepare for the eminent attack?
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This is exactly the type of innovative thinking for creating a customized client/server portal via the open web I am looking for. Also, thank you for taking the time to lay out key factors/characteristics to consider for such a build, and providing a worked example. Great answer!! This does help. Thank you!
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Thank you for your input.
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you bring up some very good points. Can you elaborate a little further for me on your sources? Your question of whats the point, and belief that a client/server from scratch build would not accomplish anything, does not (yet) help me to make a thorough threat assessment. To clarify a little further, I believe that the widely popular adoption of HTML5 and CSS3 did loosen the hold Flash had on rich interactive user interfaces, it creates a huge security threat. But by just making that statement with out going into detail and stating resources to back my opinion, it is just an assumption.
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You bring up a very good point referring to injection methods used. I believe that any method used has its vulnerabilities. Even though the acceptance of using secrecy as a method of security is not an ideal approach and NIST highly recommends not using it, I believe it has value if used in conjunction with other security methods as a Defense in Depth approach.
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