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5 Mistakes to Avoid on your Drupal Website - Number 2: Security

Good security practices protect your site from hacker attacks. In this article we'll look at some methods for reducing security risks on your site. 

Drupal Security Best Practices

Drupal has good security built in if used correctly. However, once you begin to configure your site you might introduce new security issues. Plan configuration so that only trusted users have permissions that involve security risks.

Protecting Drupal's fleshy underbelly with .htaccess

In this article, I’m going to show you a few methods to separate your public site from the vulnerable parts of your administration area. What you need is an effective way to keep your site locked and secure, and protected from attacks, while still leaving your site editable for trusted users.

Drupal security training at Drupalcon Portland

Did you know that there is a strong likelihood a Cross Site Scripting vulnerability exists on your site? Have you specifically tested your site for XSS or other vulnerabilities? Are you not sure what that even means?

Review: Acquia Webinar on Drupal Security [Nov 2, 2011]

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Wednesday, November 2, 2011
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Digett

Digett reviews an October 25 Acquia webinar titled "Protect Your Drupal Site Against Common Security Attacks."