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Common exploits of web applications and how you can prevent them

In this day and age it's incredibly important to protect your data, customer data, and to keep your systems up and running in the event of malicious attacks (like when meetup got DDOSed). Join us as Adam Broadbent takes you through common attacks, and the code you can use to prevent them. 

Adam is a software developer at Flightdocs. Flightdocs is a cutting edge provider of aviation maintenance tracking software with its world headquarters in Southwest Florida.

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  • Glenn N.

    Good job, Adam. Looking forward to future presentations from you in the future.

    March 20, 2014

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