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Hardening & security for middleware Weblogic, Websphere,  .Net & iPlanet

Posted on 2014-01-08
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Q1:
Can someone point me to some articles / links / info on
hardening  (& good security practices) of Weblogic,  Websphere,
 .Net & iPlanet.   Just refer to the recent-most versions.

Q2:
Where can we find the latest vulnerabilities announced for
those middleware?  Secunia?  Pls indicate the links/websites
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Question by:sunhux
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Are you trying to cheat in an online exam?
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Thanks Breadtan.

Gheist, I'm not aware of any exam that poses such questions.
I close this thread if there's no further responses by tomorrow.
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IT certifications usually have questions which end in "please indicate 3 examples" and "please refer to most recent version"
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