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If you have control over any of the apis, and for your own api if you are expecting the browser to display "live" updates, you may want to consider implementing "long polling", also known as "comet". In long polling, whena request is made, the server checks to see if anything has changed since the client last polled (it can be helpful if the client includes ...
Software or system security hugely depends on the type of system being designed, the data it stores and the regulatory/contractual environment it is used in. Most organizations often cannot articulate the level of security required in the systems they produce, either. Personally, I think about security on three levels. First is the highest level: the ...
Check out the Owasp secure coding guidelines: https://www.owasp.org/images/0/08/OWASP_SCP_Quick_Reference_Guide_v2.pdf and then check out the PCI-DSS standard. While PCI are guidelines for credit card processing, they can be used as a guide for having secure processes and code: https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/documents/PCI_DSS_v3.pdf
This question might be more suitable for security.stackexchange.com as they might talk about personal experience. Though I hope this answer will help you along a bit. A friend whom I went to university with always kept a security blog all throughout his studies, and now is working as a security engineer for a big security company. It all depends on what ...
I think the question goes back more to yourself. Would you want to work for a company that looked down on white hat experience? The way I see it, you can use your professional page to not only promote yourself, but also to weed out opportunities that are not going to fit well with you.
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