Web Security

Vol. 7 No. 2 – February 2009

Web Security


Security in the Browser

Web browsers leave users vulnerable to an ever-growing number of attacks. Can we make them secure while preserving their usability?

by Thomas Wadlow, Vlad Gorelik

Cybercrime 2.0: When the Cloud Turns Dark

Web-based malware attacks are more insidious than ever. What can be done to stem the tide?

by Niels Provos, Moheeb Abu Rajab, Panayiotis Mavrommatis

How Do I Model State? Let Me Count the Ways

A study of the technology and sociology of Web services specifications

by Ian Foster, Savas Parastatidis, Paul Watson, Mark McKeown


A Conversation with Arthur Whitney

Can code ever be too terse? The designer of the K and Q languages discusses this question and many more with Queue editorial board member Bryan Cantrill.

Kode Vicious

Don't be Typecast as a Software Developer

Kode Vicious's temper obviously suffers from having to clean up after the mistakes of his peers. What would he have them learn now so that he can look forward to a graceful and mellow old age?

by George V. Neville-Neil