Disable SSL 2.0 and PCT 1.0

When a company has gone through an external security check on of the most common failure is that SSL 2.0 and PCT 1.0 are enabled. Why is this a big deal? What this means is that if a client application tries to connect to your server on one of this older protocols it will be allowed. The protocols are easily […]

SQL injection checking….

One of the most serious problems I see are SQL injections. While most SQL injections have become less of threat since SQL 2005 it doesn’t mean that they have totally gone away. While SQL injections are not the easiest attacks to pull off there are automated tools to help out and a determined hacker can present formable opponent. Since the […]