The Klingon Manual - How To Design a Secure Domino Application  
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: Gregory Engels1706 26 Sep 2008
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"Only a fool fights in a burning house" - Kang.

In this session you will learn how to attack an Domino application, so you will know how to defend your application by writing secured code. You will learn how to plan for security and how to use design features in a proper way to prevent unintentional information disclosure or being hacked. Learn about the best practices frameworks for secure web applications, and how to align your Domino infrastructure along with ISO 27002



1) Rob Goudvis8695 (14 Oct 2009)
Is this not really an advertisment?
2) Gregory Engels1706 (15 Oct 2009)
An ad for what? For writing secure applications? yes.
An ad for ISO 27002 - not really, you do not need to buy it, nor do you NEED to do the audits, but you can.
An ad for Paramount Pictures (copyright holder for StarTrek and Klingons)

Anyway, I have not submitted this abstract for this year LS, but I have presented it at DNUG Conference in November 2008










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