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    Bring more topics!


    why does Security Cat link to antionline!


    we can also have an security topic running here.

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    the idea is that the forum it's linking to should be more useful and on topic for that site vs this one.

    However nothing stops you from creating a thread or 30 in coffee area.
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    Humm other day someone asked me if they had an article on security... what kind of security, I mean there are so many different aspect, you have security for the different types of servers & different oss -- protecting certain files -- keeping harmful ones from being uploaded, data base server security / tsl, ssl / https, and then you have the server side scripts them selves that must not allow a hacker to enter a harmful data that would give the hacker the ability to query the data base,

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    Exactly PeOfEo, that's pretty much why we link to AntiOnline's discussion forum--they've got it broken down into specific discussion topics, and have a lot of very knowledgable folks there who know about those specific subjects. With other subjects there's certainly a reason to have our own forums. Topics I've been considering adding forums for include:
    * Flash
    * Accessibility
    * RSS (though this does fit within XML)
    * Java
    Let me know your thoughts on the above, and any other suggestions you have for additional forum topics.
    Thanks,
    Scott

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    The accessibility section might be nice - we've had people request it in the past, and it'd be good to make people more aware of accessibility issues.

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