What You Can do to Prevent eventual Attacks in PHP?

This is not a new vulnerability. In fact, he was introduced long ago in 2003. By the time it seems that only Perl and cruby developers turned to the issue. Most other developers do not care about the language question, including PHP. So it’s basically a rehash of an old problem.This time, security researchers mentioned above contacted several developers(…)

What is the Hash Collision Vulnerability?

Arrays are very popular types of data in PHP and other scripting languages. These types of data that can store a variable number of entries of any type. You can save an unlimited number of entries in the array as you want. This is the main problem of vulnerability known as the Hash collision. In PHP and other(…)

What is an Application Server?

Historically, when an enterprise Java developer talked about deploying an application server, the idea being that they are taking enterprise application archive (EAR-file) and serving it to install WebSphere or JBoss, or make some other manufacturers in the Java EE framework. Application server, where it was received compile JavaServer Pages Servlet loaded, Enterprise JavaBeans managed, and(…)

OCPJP & OCAJP: Java7 training for Oracle Certified Professional Programmer dropped

Beginning in October 2011, Oracle introduced a new training requirement for those interested in pursing a very desirable destination architect. Formerly known as Sun Certified Enterprise Architect assignment (SCEA), re-branded Oracle Certified Master, Java EE 5 Enterprise Architect expertise will continue to require candidates to complete the multiple choice exams, submit a draft design company full-time(…)

Java SE 7u2 update

This release includes performance improvements, bug fixes, support for Solaris 11, and Firefox 5 and up. “What Java Do I Need?” You must have a copy of theJRE (Java Runtime Environment) on your system to runJava applications and applets. To develop Java applications and applets, you need the JDK (Java Development Kit), which includes the JRE. Link for Java SE 7u2 update

Difference between GlassFish Open Source and Commercial Editions

GlassFish open source provides a complete Java EE 6 compliant, free, and server applications with open source. It is also available in the distribution profile of the Internet and can be downloaded from It is easy to use (e-mail setup and NetBeans / Eclipse / IntelliJ integration), light (load from 30 MB, a small disk /(…)

Mobile Java: OJWC 3.1 released

With more than 3 billion and counting devices, Java on mobile devices is experiencing tremendous growth and acceptance in many key markets around the world. At the same time, the developers insist that build richer and more interesting applications, both from the functional perspective as well as user interface. New cases of the use of mobile(…)

Uninstall Java on my Windows computer

This applies to: Platform(s): Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP Java version(s): All Java Versions Older versions of Java may appear in the program list as J2SE Runtime Environment or Java 2 Runtime Environment. Remove older versions of Java in the same way as you would remove any other software from your Windows computer. Windows 7 and Vista – Uninstall Programs(…)

Update Java version that is OEM, EA or Beta release?

This applies to: Java version(s): 6.0 Yes, you can, and it is recommended that you update from an OEM, EA or Beta release to the last release of Java. It is recommended that you first uninstall the installed OEM, EA or Beta release. For instructions, please visit Uninstall Java instructions. To update to the latest version of(…)

How do I use Java with the Google Chrome browser?

This applies to: Platform(s): Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP Java version(s): 6.0 Java plug-in needs permission If you see a message bar within Chrome that says The Java plug-in needs your permission to run., you can perform one of the following actions: Click the Run this time button to allow the Java content on the page to run only until(…)