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Protect Your Drupal Site Against XSS Vulnerabilities [February 1, 2012]

Protect Your Drupal Site Against XSS Vulnerabilities [February 1, 2012]

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In this webinar, Greg Knaddison - Drupal Security Team Lead & Acquia's Director of Security Services - will provide an abbreviated portion and introduction to the full day Security course he'll be delivering at DrupalCon Denver on March 19. Greg will cover the security review module and Insight, discuss the deeper level topics to be trained on in Denver, and then dive into the code with a discussion of XSS. Attendees will learn how to:

  • Identify common vulnerabilities
  • Address vulnerability issues in code and configuration
  • Best practices for securing your Drupal site
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Wednesday, February 1, 2012
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