I am currently a front-end application developer a financial institution, and I have gone through quite a few security books over the last couple of years but have never found one so specifically focused on browser applications as this book is. I thought I was pretty versed and up-to-date in the common internet security issues until I read this book. I was surprised to see how creative the bad-guys can be. I especially found Michal's coverage on Intranet security an eye-opener. After reading this book, I simply can not imagine anyone involved in the management, design or development of applications for the internet or intranet to not have this book as their foundation. I found this book to be an invaluable resource for updating our company's intranet security policy and I would highly recommend this book others.
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