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Announcing 5 Free Web Security Guides

From: Veracode <research_at_nospam>
Date: Wed Jun 15 2011 - 20:24:01 GMT

Hi,<br><br>My name's Lesley and I work for a Web applications security
company called Veracode. Since your site regularly publishes information in
the security space, I wanted to reach out and see if you'd be open to
adding our new "Free Security Threat Guides" to your site, be it in a
helpful resources section, your blog roll or even as a mention in an
upcoming article. <br><br>Our five security vulnerability guides are packed
with information yet easy to understand, and are useful for audiences
ranging from IT executives to consumer-level cell phone users.
<br><br>A typical guide:<br><br> Educates readers on threats like
cross-site request forgery, SQL injections, mobile code security
issues<br> Gives easy-to-follow steps, guidelines and
helpful "cheat sheets" for preventing attacks<br> Provides further
free resources to learn more about security risk management<br><br>You can
find links to our five free guides below:<br><br> SQL Injection:<br> Cross Site
Scripting:<br> Cross Site
Request Forgery:<br> LDAP
Mobile Code Security:<br><br>We'd love it
if you'd take a look at the guides whenever you get a chance. If you like
them and think visitors to your website will find them useful, it would be
awesome if you shared them with your audience via a link or a mention in an
article.<br><br>Thanks for your time and feel free to contact me if you
have any questions.<br><br>Sincerely,<br><br>Lesley Michaels<br>Veracode<br>

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