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Michal Zalewski

Modern web applications are built on a tangle of technologies that have been developed over time and then haphazardly pieced together. Every piece of the web application stack, from HTTP requests to browser-side scripts, comes with important yet subtle security consequences. To keep users safe, it is essential for developers to confidently navigate this landscape. In The Tangled Web, Michal Zalewski, one of the world's top browser security experts, offers a compelling narrative that explains exactly how browsers work and why they're fundamentally insecure. Rather than dispense simplistic advice on vulnerabilities, Zalewski examines the entire browser security model, revealing weak points and providing crucial information for shoring up web application security. You'll learn how to: * Perform common but surprisingly complex tasks such as URL parsing and HTML sanitization * Use modern security features like Strict Transport Security, Content Security Policy, and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing * Leverage many variants of the same-origin policy to safely compartmentalize complex web applications and protect user credentials in case of XSS bugs * Build mashups and embed gadgets without getting stung by the tricky frame navigation policy * Embed or host user-supplied content without running into the trap of content sniffing For quick reference, "Security Engineering Cheat Sheets" at the end of each chapter offer ready solutions to problems you're most likely to encounter. With coverage extending as far as planned HTML5 features, The Tangled Web will help you create secure web applications that stand the test of time.

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Michael J. Cain

The Tangled Web tells the dramatic story of detective Richard Cain's criminal career as revealed by his half-brother, Michael. Cain led a double-life—one as a well-known cop who led raids that landed on the front pages, and the other as a "made man" in one of Chicago's most notorious mob families. Eventually executed by shotgun, Dick Cain lived and died in a world of bloodshed and violence, leaving behind a story so outlandish that he has even been suspected of being involved in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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Michael J. Cain

Explores the life and death of Richard Cain, known as one of the most corrupt police officers in Chicago's history, and how his double life cost him everything .

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Kenneth Ricklefs

It's the end of World War II and two young Allied soldiers find themselves behind enemy lines faced with survival and temptation. In their escape through the French woods they find a treasure trove. When they encounter the French Resistance they enter into a secret pact that will guide their lives and the lives of their children for the next sixty years. From the French countryside to Marseille to London, theirs is a story of greed, romance, murder and betrayal that stretches across Europe and beyond.

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Laurie Brooks

"Seventeen-year-old Owen is in love with Sarah. Sarah is in love with Sean and his rich lifestyle. Sean used to love Sarah, but now he's moved on. With the help of a mysterious, Faustian source of inspiration, called the Host, Sarah comes up with a plan to secure her future that unwittingly draws everyone into her tangled web of lies. Owen's friend, Tommy, is complicit in Owen's inescapable fate, and Sarah's friend, Julie, must decide between loyalty and telling the truth. The four young characters are portrayed individually and as a chorus who, along with the Host, offer their cryptic and often sarcastic thoughts inside and outside the action. The Tangled Web uses theatrical techniques to investigate issues that surround the consequences of irresponsible sexual activity. It examines peer relationships, influences, and the boundaries of loyalty. How far would you go to obtain your heart's desire? In the special interactive forum that follows, the audience is given the opportunity to further explore the characters' choices and actions. The play was commissioned, devised with and premiered by Graffiti Theatre Company, Cork, Ireland. This American version was commissioned and premiered by The Coterie, Kansas City, Mo., and received a prestigious AT & T FirstStage Award from the Theatre Communications Group."--Publisher's website.

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Phyllis Falls Rogers

In the sleepy little town of Bibly, life never happens in a vacuum. Nor does death. When the body of the richest man in town was found in Reverend Brewster’s church, his death was thought to be from natural causes. Hank Jasper was murdered, however, and the investigation into his death leads to the disruption of more than just one family. Hank's death touched the lives of others in ways both good and bad. Secrets would never have been revealed and lives would never have changed, but for the way this one man died. In order to find the murderer, Police Chief Mack Schofield has to untangle twisted relationships without revealing Hank’s secrets too soon, or to the wrong people. Lilly, Tommy and Sam all have to come to terms with the knowledge of the real role Hank Jasper played in their lives.

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B. J. Hoff

Daniel and Jennifer Kaine rely on their sleuthing skills and their faith in God to help protect two young children whose father has become involved in organized crime

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Lance Perticone

This is the story of Justin Collins, a man who turns to the Internet for solace as his marriage crumbles around him.While on-line, he is quickly seduced by the power of Internet chatrooms. It is there Justin discovers the woman he believes to be his true soul mate. As so many have before him, Justin learns that chat friends aren't necessarily the people they portray themselves to be online. Complications abound when Justin attempts to make his virtual love part of his real life.The Tangled Web is a carefully woven tale of romance and love, mystery and suspense, and betrayal and murder.

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A. L. Provost

In Germany in the early 1930s the Nazis began rounding up Jews and other undesirables for deportation to concentration camps. The most expensive diamonds were confiscated from these prisoners and shipped to a large collection center south of Berlin. Thirty-six Jewish concentration camp jewelers are assigned the task of appraising these gemstones, that would be used as collateral for Hitler’s prosecution of the war. A Yank, a Brit and a band of German patriots devise an audacious scheme to retake the greatest concentration of diamonds in the world. The plan’s success is threatened, however, when the group’s leader suspects a traitor in their midst, turning the mission into a tangled web of intrigue and betrayal.

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Grace Thompson

Unraveling the past comes at a price... Supporting her brother between his spells in prison costs Amanda Clifford more than money. She loses friends and always has to move. But he’s the only family she’s ever known. Until, that is, she’s told that a great aunt has left her a cottage. The only catch: her brother isn’t allowed to live there with her. Can she really leave him? When she befriends the cottage’s current occupier, her hopes grow. This is a place where she could be happy. And perhaps there is more family in the area. One thing is for certain: she wouldn’t mind spending more time with Rhys Falconbridge, the elusive and handsome nephew of her tenant... A wonderful standalone novel set in 1954, from the much loved Grace Thompson, The Tangled Web is must for fans of Kitty Neale, Lyn Andrews or Ellie Dean.

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Jon R. Godsall

Sir Richard Burton was undoubtedly one of the greatest personalities of the Victorian age: soldier, explorer, traveller, anthropologist, scholar, consummate linguist, skilled swordsman and prolific author. As one commentator remarked: 'No Englishman of the nineteenth century lived a more romantic life'. In this penetrating study of an exceptional man, Jon R. Godsall has thrown a far wider net over Burton's life than previous biographers. Painstakingly researched and containing a wealth of new material never before used, "The Tangled Web" will appeal to all those who are fascinated by the exploits and achievements of this multi-talented, if controversial, character.In 1853, Burton made his famous pilgrimage to the holy cities of Medina and Mecca in Arabia, closely followed by an arduous journey to the forbidden city of Harar in the Ethiopian highlands, service with the notorious Bashi Bazouks, and a trail blazing expedition with John Hanning Speke to the Lake Regions of Central Africa. After visiting the Mormon community in Salt Lake City, Utah, Burton served as HM consul at Fernando Po in West Africa; Santos in Brazil; and, Damascus, from where he was ignominiously recalled by the Foreign Office, and Trieste, where he lived out the rest of his life. During this time, he was able to work on translations of the great Portuguese poet, Camoens, as well as his sixteen-volume edition of "The Arabian Nights" and "The Kama Sutra". He also translated "The Perfumed Garden", the unpublished manuscript of which was burnt by his wife after his death.

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Kenneth Ricklefs

It’s the end of World War II and two young Allied soldiers find themselves behind enemy lines faced with survival and temptation. In their escape through the French woods they find a treasure trove. When they encounter the French Resistance they enter into a secret pact that will guide their lives and the lives of their children for the next sixty years. From the French countryside to Marseille to London, theirs is a story of greed, romance, murder and betrayal that stretches across Europe and beyond.

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Michal Zalewski

Modern web applications are built on a tangle of technologies that have been developed over time and then haphazardly pieced together. Every piece of the web application stack, from HTTP requests to browser-side scripts, comes with important yet subtle security consequences. To keep users safe, it is essential for developers to confidently navigate this landscape. In The Tangled Web, Michal Zalewski, one of the world’s top browser security experts, offers a compelling narrative that explains exactly how browsers work and why they’re fundamentally insecure. Rather than dispense simplistic advice on vulnerabilities, Zalewski examines the entire browser security model, revealing weak points and providing crucial information for shoring up web application security. You’ll learn how to: –Perform common but surprisingly complex tasks such as URL parsing and HTML sanitization –Use modern security features like Strict Transport Security, Content Security Policy, and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing –Leverage many variants of the same-origin policy to safely compartmentalize complex web applications and protect user credentials in case of XSS bugs –Build mashups and embed gadgets without getting stung by the tricky frame navigation policy –Embed or host user-supplied content without running into the trap of content sniffing For quick reference, "Security Engineering Cheat Sheets" at the end of each chapter offer ready solutions to problems you’re most likely to encounter. With coverage extending as far as planned HTML5 features, The Tangled Web will help you create secure web applications that stand the test of time.

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Michael J. Cain

Explores the life and death of Richard Cain, known as one of the most corrupt police officers in Chicago's history, and how his double life cost him everything .

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Russell A. Pizer

The Tangled Web of Patent #174,465 is a story that involves an individual who has been called one of America's inventive geniuses. He has been held in the highest regard as the inventor of the telephone. However, careful scrutiny of hundreds of documents that include thousands of pages of sworn testimony before a Congressional investigations committee beginning in April of 1886, show that A.G. Bell was a party to what might be considered one of America's most far-reaching historical deceptions. With all due respect to A.G. Bell, he was not the actual perpetrator of this historic fraud. The culprit in this historical subterfuge was A.G. Bell's father-in-law: Gardiner Greene Hubbard.