Issue Table of Contents
Volume 2, Issue 2
There are several problems with the common security approach of scan, audit and patch. Learn about the drastic security improvements that can be made by hosting your site in a secure environment.
A practical guide to using SELinux with Apache. How to understand and correct common SELinux access denials.
A practical look at online security: knowing the enemy and understanding you will never be totally safe.
A categorization system for thinking about your site's security and advice for how to deal with your site based on that categorization.
An overview of the major happenings in Drupal 8: what's on the horizon and how to help make these exciting new changes happen faster.
Scaling a central enterprise application: APIs, Service module, memcache, and more that lead to a successful architecture.
Using Behat for Behavior Driven Development, efficiently ensuring that sites continue to work as expected after security and module updates.
How the Large Scale Drupal strategic alliance is helping large organizations benefit from active collaboration around common problems.
A survey of the many functions available within Drupal for securing websites from possibly dangerous user input.
The Drupal 8 Mobile Initiative is focused on ensuring that the next major release of Drupal fully supports an ever growing variety of mobile devices.
Protect programs from other programs and users running on the same server. Process isolation is a security requirement which also has performance and cost implications.
Most websites simply depend on a username and password combination to identify their users. Learn how to improve security on your Drupal website by adding additional forms of user validation.
Working with the wrong kind of customers will hurt your business. Learn to recognize these customers and let them go.
Log-in once and access multiple Drupal websites with a single username and password using the Bakery module. How it works, and how to keep the chocolate chip single sign-on cookie secure.
How to theme fields and create the perfect design while keeping in mind the importance of semantic markup and accessibility.
Drupal's security advisories fix bad code. But how do you fix bad people? Tom Geller shows how social problems require social solutions — and how purely technological solutions can actually make them worse.
In Doug Green's continuing series on Drupl'Art, this article focuses on relationships in art and object oriented programming.
J. Ayen Green applies age-old wisdom he first received from his father to Drupal security.