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Beginners materials for web security [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Resources to learn about security What materials can I study to learn web development security. I'm a web developer, I use ASP.NET, Java, PHP, and JavaScript. I want to learn ...
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Need an overview of web service / web site security world, where do I start? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Resources to learn about security I'd like to get a good understanding of modern issues in web security and get insight into what it takes to keep your sites and services ...
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Best website to learn computer security basics? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Resources to learn about security Can someone advice on which are the good sites out there to learn the basics of computer security from?
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Learning Network Security [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Resources to learn about security I'm a software developer. I'm interested in learning Network Security, what is the recommended books, video courses, etc that I can study to ...
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So where do I start learning about Cyber Sec? [duplicate]

I'm an 11th grader interested in the whole field/world of IS and what not so I decided to look around this site and various others, and I have come to the conclusion that I have no clue where I am to ...
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Courses on “Secure Software Development” [closed]

This semester, I'm offering a course on "secure software development". The course is divided into three parts: Secure Software Engineering Reverse Engineering Secure Coding Do you know of any ...
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Decent programmer looking to learn to Hack

I'm a decent programmer, fluent in several languages. Python, Ruby, JavaScript, Haskell, and Scheme are my favorites. I'm currently adding Perl to the mix. I haven't done much "low-level" ...
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How do I get started with security? (beginner) [closed]

I have been working in web development for a fair amount of time. I am looking at developing in either Python (Django etc.) or PHP. I am new to security. Where do I begin looking? What are basic ...
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How can I keep my programmer collegues informed about security issues?

I am currently finishing a college degree in programming and I find that security topics are often barely understood by both students and teachers. It leads me to think that there are a lot of ...
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Suggested reading list: OS exploits

In computer security, my areas of interest include x86 processors, binary exploitation and reverse engineering. I'm also interested in the certain aspects of the minix and the linux kernel(memory ...
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My friend was fired from her job. Overnight, on her personal phone all her work contacts mysteriously disappeared

As the title stated. My friend personal email is connected to her personal phone. She works on the iPad and her work iPad is connected to her work email. She never checked her personal email on her ...
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How to “get in sync” with what is happening in the security scene right now? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What security resources should a white-hat developer follow these days? A colleague of mine already has some understanding of security fundamentals but still needs "get in ...
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Cheap, Foot-in-the-door certifications? [closed]

Could you recommend cheap certifications to get your foot in the door of the industry.
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Strategy/structure/roadmap to learn Pentesting [closed]

I am currently teaching myself computer security and pentesting. My problem is the following: I more or less know the absolute basics (tcp/ip, bufferoverflows, xss...) but in all those areas I dont ...