Jeremy Walker has been using Rails since 2005. He is the technical co-founder of Meducation - an educational social-network for medics - and runs his own software consultancy. He is a big believer in open source and contributes to a variety of projects. If you want more, check out his repositories on Github, follow him on Twitter (@ihid), or read more of his posts at his website.
This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Techniques to Secure Your Website with Ruby on RailsThis is the final part of our exploration into the Rails security. Last week we looked at mass-assignment and SQL injection issues, having previously explored the risks of session hijacking. This week we’ll look at risks to […]
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Techniques to Secure Your Website with Ruby on RailsLast week we looked at ways malicious people can try and hijack the sessions of valid users. This week, we’re going to look at two dangers you are faced with when a malicious user signs up to […]
This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Techniques to Secure Your Website with Ruby on RailsDuring the seven years I’ve been using Rails, the framework has exploded in popularity because it’s made creating powerful applications quick and easy. It seamlessly handles so many of the issues that used to absorb developers’ time, […]