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  17. <title>CFMeetup - Protect your CFML Apps with FuseGuard 3</title>        
  18. <description>Title: CFMeetup - Protect your CFML Apps with FuseGuard 3&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Pete Freitag &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Dec 14, 2017&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:57&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;FuseGuard is a web application firewall for CFML applications. It runs onRequestStart to detect malicious requests which it can then log or block. In this presentation you will learn how to add FuseGuard to an existing application and then see how it blocks exploitation of several security vulnerabilities within the application. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  24. <title>CFMeetup: ColdBox 4: The Future of CFML MVC</title>        
  25. <description>Title: CFMeetup: ColdBox 4: The Future of CFML MVC&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Brad Wood &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Oct 30, 2014&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:44&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;ColdFusion (CFML) is one of the most mature web languages.  It offers similar scripting and language constructs as other languages, but proponents of CFML know its true power comes with all the inbuilt functionality and integrations you get out of the box.  ColdBox was the first CFML framework to provide convention-over-configuration MVC for the masses.  Like other frameworks, it allows very simple conventions and lets you to easily scaffold out apps with little effort.  ColdBox is unique though because it doesn&amp;apos;t stop there; it&amp;apos;s a productivity platform for people who are tired of reinventing the wheel.  ColdBox is built on a light modular core with built-in lifecycle extension points, and pluggable libraries for things like SES, JSMin, pagination, security, and REST.  And don&amp;apos;t forget the other Box productivity libraries for logging, object creation, caching, and testing.  Come see what makes ColdBox the most comprehensive and compelling development platform.  We&amp;apos;ll even talk about some of cool new features in ColdBox 4 as well as CommandBox, the new CFML CLI, Package Manager, and REPL. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  27. <pubDate>Thu, 30 Oct 2014 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  31. <title>MIGRATING TO MVC: CONVERTING LEGACY CODE</title>        
  32. <description>Title: MIGRATING TO MVC: CONVERTING LEGACY CODE&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Adrian J. Moreno &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Sep 25, 2014&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:51&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Henry Ho&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Learn how to &amp;quot;think MVC&amp;quot; while bringing your code into the present day. Taking a step-by-step approach, we&amp;apos;ll cover the basics of handlers, views, plugins, interceptors and models. We&amp;apos;ll also cover a handful of security issues that have come to light since your legacy code was first created and how to address them with ColdFusion and ColdBox. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  34. <pubDate>Wed, 01 Oct 2014 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  38. <title>CFMeetup: Speaker panel, &quot;Into the Box&quot; Conference</title>        
  39. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Speaker panel, &quot;Into the Box&quot; Conference&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Speaker panel &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  May 01, 2014&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:46&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Into The Box is a one-day two-track conference coming up in two weeks, the day prior to cf.Objective(), which will cover all sorts of CFML-related topics. Some of the speakers and organizers will be present at this session of the Online CFMeetup to talk about just some of the topics to be covered at the conference, such as the Box standalone libraries, NoSQL, performance, security and a new CFML CLI! Come get a sneak peek of the conference sessions and ask any questions you might have. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  41. <pubDate>Thu, 10 Jul 2014 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  45. <title>CFMeetup: Authentication made easy using Twitter/Facebook/Google/more</title>        
  46. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Authentication made easy using Twitter/Facebook/Google/more&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Billy Cravens &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Aug 23, 2012&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:01&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Authentication is one of those features we seem to implement in every app. It&amp;apos;s a chore for us, because poor security choices can mean failure. It&amp;apos;s a chore for users: yet another password to remember. Why not let those who have spent millions of dollars on this problem, where your users already have an account, deal with this? In this session, I&amp;apos;ll show you how to implement the various authentication APIs that are out there, presenting a login experience that allows your user to choose from the various options that are available (Twitter, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, and more). You&amp;apos;ll also see how to wire this up to your application in a way that is unified to your app no matter what service your users choose. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  48. <pubDate>Thu, 23 Aug 2012 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  52. <title>CFMeetup: Multi-Factor Authentication in ColdFusion</title>        
  53. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Multi-Factor Authentication in ColdFusion&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Denard Springle &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jul 05, 2012&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 0:52&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Charlie Arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Over the years authentication schemes have changed drastically from the old days of username and password logins. Today, there are multiple kinds of multi-factor authentication mechanisms in use that add complexity and security to your login processes. We&amp;apos;ll explore some of these newer authentication techniques and show you how to easily implement a secure authentication process in every application you write. We&amp;apos;ll also cover basic PCI compliance, encryption, obfuscation, and access control lists along with password security, password recovery, session management and other topics that relate to building a robust authentication system. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  55. <pubDate>Thu, 05 Jul 2012 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  59. <title>Adobe ColdFusion 10 Event</title>        
  60. <description>Title: Adobe ColdFusion 10 Event&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Rakshith Naresh, Pete Freitag, Mike Tangorre &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Mar 28, 2012&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 3:00&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Andrew Scott&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;This half-day event with Adobe, Foundeo Inc., and Fig Leaf Software highlights the new features in ColdFusion 10 - including security enhancements, Scheduler improvements, Tomcat integration, unique HTML5 built-in support and improved web services support. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  62. <pubDate>Tue, 10 Apr 2012 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  66. <title>CFMeetup: ColdFusion on the Cloud Using Amazon EC2 and S3</title>        
  67. <description>Title: CFMeetup: ColdFusion on the Cloud Using Amazon EC2 and S3&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Denard Springle &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Dec 22, 2011&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:09&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;Cloud computing and distributed storage are gaining more traction in the ColdFusion community, and Amazon&amp;apos;s EC2 and S3 are highly secure, cost effective and easy to use solutions that give the power of the cloud to ColdFusion developers. Learn how to create and manage EC2 instances, install Adobe ColdFusion and MySQL server on Amazon&amp;apos;s EC2 linux based servers, how to use S3 storage directly within ColdFusion and how to take advantage of some of the other features offered by Amazon Web Services including network security, messaging, and load balancing. Above all, you&amp;apos;ll learn how to get a free micro EC2 instance and other free services from Amazon for a full year! &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  69. <pubDate>Thu, 22 Dec 2011 06:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  73. <title>CFMeetup: Creating Secure Applications with the New TrafficMunkey Framework</title>        
  74. <description>Title: CFMeetup: Creating Secure Applications with the New TrafficMunkey Framework&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Peter Oliver-Krueger &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Sep 08, 2011&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:07&lt;br&gt;Submitter: charlie arehart&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;TrafficMunkey is a new ColdFusion framework born from the Lean Development process, i.e. lots of prototyping and agile development.  It&apos;s quick and easy-to-use, both when starting new projects and maintaining existing ones.  This presentation will start with a demonstration of its speed by creating on-the-fly wireframes, as you might with clients.  Then I&apos;ll show you how to leverage the built-in objects for prototyping and the graphic design.  I&apos;ll wrap up by showing how it can integrate everything with your own ColdFusion objects. More on TrafficMunkey at &lt;a href=&quot;;&gt;;/a&gt;.
  75. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;
  76. I do a lot of work with prototypes, for Usability testing, and as a requirements-gathering technique to get clients to tell me what they don&apos;t know they need to tell me.  I&apos;ve used and trained people on most of the major ColdFusion frameworks through the years, but none of them were flexible enough for the early stages of a project, when names and concepts keep changing and whole sections of the application move around.  To be honest, usually I would do this outside of a framework, and then move it into a framework when things settled down.  Perhaps you&apos;ve done that as well.  With TrafficMunkey you don&apos;t have to do that.  It becomes a tool to help with prototyping, and keeps working for you through production, making maintenance and upgrades easier as well.
  77. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;
  78. Even if you&apos;re not familiar with frameworks, TrafficMunkey is pretty straightforward, so it should be pretty easy to follow along and get started.
  79. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;
  80. This presentation will cover the basics of using the new framework, including:
  82. &lt;ul&gt;
  83.    &lt;li&gt; Building wireframes on-the-fly with a client
  84.    &lt;li&gt; Mapping exit points (a.k.a. XFAs)
  85.    &lt;li&gt; Integrating Graphic Design templates
  86.    &lt;li&gt; Managing site security
  87.    &lt;li&gt; Integrating ColdFusion objects
  88. &lt;/ul&gt;
  89. Learning Objectives:
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  91.    &lt;li&gt; Creating a TrafficMunkey sitemap
  92.    &lt;li&gt; Using site templates and dynamic navigation
  93.    &lt;li&gt; Adding roles for authentication and security
  94. &lt;/ul&gt;&quot; &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  96. <pubDate>Thu, 08 Sep 2011 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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  100. <title>Securing Your ColdFusion Application</title>        
  101. <description>Title: Securing Your ColdFusion Application&lt;br&gt; Presenter: Shilpi Khariwal &lt;br&gt; Date Recorded:  Jul 20, 2011&lt;br&gt;Duration (hh:mm): 1:00&lt;br&gt;Submitter: Akbarsait&lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Description: &lt;br&gt;In this Shilpi Khariwal discuss about how to Secure how our ColdFusion applications. She talks about the Basic settings to do and things to remember when deploying a server on public facing IP/ProductionHow the recent security hotfixes address some of the vulnerabilities.What are the secure practices developers should follow while building the application. In this session Shilpi will talk about the following. Basic settings to do and things to remember when deploying a server on public facing IP/Production How the recent security hotfixes address some of the vulnerabilities. What are the secure practices developers should follow while building the application. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Recording URL:</description>
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  103. <pubDate>Thu, 21 Jul 2011 05:00:00 GMT</pubDate>
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