ColdFusion Lockdown/Security guides: there are several, and some you may have missed

URL: http://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2014/6/24/ColdFusion_Lockdown_Security_guides
While helping people with various problems in my CF server troubleshooting services, I often have the chance to help people identify security vulnerabilities, especially in their configuration of CF and/or their web server, and sometimes related to their code.

I was wanting to point out to someone the various ColdFusion security resources, and while I have a category on them in my CF411 site, I thought this was a list worth pulling out into its own blog entry and expanding a bit.

You may be surprised to find that there are more to CF security guidelines than just the venerable server “lockdown guide” (for those administering and configuring CF, the OS, and the web server, among other things).

Did you know that there have been “developer security guidelines” as well, focused instead on coding? This latter guide has gone through three iterations, including just recently, as I’ll discuss along with the lockdown guides, below.

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