Monthly Archives: July 2008

Amazon EC2 Cloud hosts Spammers !

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The CLOUD computing buzz.. always sounded to me like another hosting infrastructure services that builds on XEN Virtualization services. What it makes more compelling is…. it facilitates on-demand/out-sourced datacenter that scales up and allows us to pay-as-you-go for used services. Couple of months ago, I had a chance to try out my own Amazon EC2 Web services account playing with… Read more »

HTTP response splitting? How-to prevent them in J2EE/Web applications ?

Couple of days ago, I received the above question from one of our readers.  Although I briefly responded to him over email,  I really wanted to explore the known traits for defending this vulnerability : HTTP response splitting is a Web application input validation vulnerability that allows to exploit the HTTP headers of a Web application for initiating attacks leading… Read more »