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Peter Vogel

Customize Security in ASP.NET 2.0

ASP.NET makes it easy to configure security for your site. But integrating your own code, centralizing your user information, sharing security settings across multiple sites, and integrating security with ASP.NET 2.0's menuing controls requires some additional work.


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Web Developer's Journal

Lauren Simonds

Discover the Genius of Web Analytics

Any businessperson can tell you that the better you know what your customers like, the easier it is to make a sale. But that's harder to do when you run a Web site. Web analytic software can help.....But a brand new company Genius Inc. says that its inaugural product SalesGenius goes even further and lets you track individual visits on your site so that you can then offer customized service and sales pitches.

Web Marketing Today

Dr. Ralph F. Wilson

Review: Starting a Yahoo! Business for Dummies

Rob Snell is not only a long-time store designer with a preference for Yahoo! Store, he is also a savvy entrepreneur. As with all of the Dummies books, this one provides lots of how-to information about setting up and running a Yahoo! Store. And that's a good thing. But for those of us who aren't convinced that Yahoo! Store is the best e-commerce platform, this book is still worth buying because of two chapters that apply to all online stores.
Web Reference

Ronald Northrip

How to Fix Web Pages with Active Content

Flash Animations, QuickTime Movies and Java Applets seamlessly integrated into the content on a Web page or Web site has been the trademark of the best Web developers. But this change in Internet Explorer breaks that seamlessness by disabling active content and even going so far as to prompt the user before displaying active content elements (placed using object, embed, applet tags)......
Windows IT Pro (formerly Windows & .NET Magazine)

Paul Thurrott

Zero-Day Microsoft Word Attack Now Underway

As if Windows users didn't have enough to worry about, a newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft Word 2003 has been exploited by hackers and will soon be distributed widely online, say security researchers. The attack, dubbed Trojan.Mdropper.H, is a Trojan horse that exploits an undocumented vulnerability in Microsoft Word and drops a file on compromised computers, according to security firm Symantec.

Annalee Newitz

The RFID Hacking Underground

RFID chips are everywhere - companies and labs use them as access keys, Prius owners use them to start their cars, and retail giants like Wal-Mart have deployed them as inventory tracking devices. The tags are also about to get a lot more personal: Next-gen US passports and credit cards will contain RFIDs, and the medical industry is exploring the use of implantable chips to manage patients.......This leaves most RFIDs vulnerable to cloning or - if the chip has a writable memory area, as many do - data tampering.
Wireless Busuness & Technology

Wireless News Desk

Google's Search Engine To Be Incorporated Into KDDI's EZ Web Internet Service

In a move expected to invigorate Japan's mobile Internet market, KDDI Corporation has announced an agreement with Google Inc. to incorporate Google's search engine into KDDI's EZ Web Internet service for mobile phones, beginning in July of this year. The search service is the first of its kind in Japan and will synthesize content aimed at both mobile phones and PCs, making EZ Web searches easier while enabling direct access to information sought by users.


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Virtual venues generate real dollars

With online social networking at an all-time high, the music industry increasingly is turning to the next stage of the user-generated content phenomenon--the virtual world.

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