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Writing Secure Dreamweaver MX Applications

If you are developing an on-line store you need to protact your data so the information doesn't go in the wrong hands. Read how Macromedia Dreamweaver MX allows you to safely interact with your database.

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March 31, 2003
  1. · Writing Secure Dreamweaver MX Applications
  2. · Examining ISAM Databases
  3. · Ensuring Physical Security
  4. · Ensuring Virtual Security
  5. · Ensuring Internal Security

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Writing Secure Dreamweaver MX Applications
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Macromedia Dreamweaver MX is an exciting release because it brings the ability to create dynamic web applications to a large audience. More people than ever before now have the tools they need to quickly and easily connect their web sites to databases and do everything from collect e-mail address to open fully functional storefronts.

With that power comes quite a bit of responsibility, howeveróboth to yourself, your clients, and the users of your site. You have a responsibility to create a secure application, which for our purposes means protecting the data that you collect and store so that it doesn't fall into unauthorized hands.

Creating a secure application is not an especially difficult task, but it does mean paying some attention to what you are doing. Some steps that you can take during the development and deployment of your site will go a long way toward protecting your data. They involve not only Dreamweaver MX itself but the database program that you use.
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  • Examining ISAM databases
  • Ensuring physical security
  • Ensuring virtual security
  • Ensuring internal security

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