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answered Encrypting a Database's Primary Key when sent to the browser
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answered Why do sites implement locking after three failed password attempts?
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answered Online SQL Server database for a Business app. Security considerations
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answered Is there a list of default, standard or third-party “users” for Oracle?
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asked Is there a list of default, standard or third-party “users” for Oracle?
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revised Is there a benefit in using Oracle's WRAP to obfuscate PL/SQL Code
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answered Is there a benefit in using Oracle's WRAP to obfuscate PL/SQL Code
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asked Is there a benefit in using Oracle's WRAP to obfuscate PL/SQL Code
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comment Which web server is more secure, Apache, nginx or lighttpd?
One measure to consider is the delay between an exploit becoming public and a patch becoming available. The shorter the gap, the less time your webserver is potentially vulnerable. As an extreme, you might have two varieties of webserver both workable, so you can switch between them if one does become vulnerable.
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