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Monthly Archives: February 2017

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How to secure your AWS Instance & Protecting its contents.

Every second somewhere , some company has lost their 2 yr worth Data , Code, Intellectual Property or 3rd party license to some unknown Hacker !      – So how do you intend to protect it ?             …


10 Useful TIPS for a Faster J2EE Application !

Why is your app slow ?

Ever felt your application should be more faster and responsive ? So here are 10 things that can help you make your application faster !                                    …


Migrating to Cloud ? First Steps !

  Moving to a Public Cloud (AWS) ? First Timers .. Here is some cheat sheets !   Migrating to AWS ? Have you tried the free Micro Tier ? That gives you 1 full-year free ownership on 1 server (micro). Use that…


What is SQL Injection & What are steps to fix it ? – most common problems of e-commerce sites

SQL Injection (SQLi) refers to an injection attack wherein an attacker can execute malicious SQL statements (also commonly referred to as a malicious payload) that control a web application’s database server (also commonly referred to as a Relational Database Management System – RDBMS).…


Why IoT? Three big reasons from a customer centric view

You may have read how different companies and different business models are applying Internet of Things (IoT) concepts to transform their business. Their deployments reflect the bottom-line impact that is possible with advanced IoT initiatives. For instance, Automated Light System Introduced by developers in large…


6 Developer Friendly Ways To Strengthen Web Application Security

  6 Developer friendly methods for better Application Security :   Nobody wants their Web application to get hacked even in their dreams, But there is more than 100+ breaches happening any given hour world wide. Here’s how to get serious about secure…


Reasons to integrate in-app messaging with your mobile commerce

44% is the average engagement rate that high-performing apps receive from in-app messaging. For medium-performing apps the rate hovers around 26%. Push notifications earn a modest 12% average engagement rates. The writing is on the wall. In-app messaging bears far more engagement and…