Node.js – Protection from Brute Force and DDOS Attacks

  If you are building a Node application with Express or with another framework built on express e.g. feathers.js , Koa.js, Kraken, Sails, socket.io or another frameworks listed on http://expressjs.com/en/resources/frameworks.html, you can use the express-rate-limit middleware to protect Your solution from Brute Force and DDOS Attacks. This middleware prevents website, public REST API, and/or endpoints such as password reset from […]

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Socket.io – Security protection based on local server Token – part 1/3

Security protection applied on http/https server and the mechanisms used regardless of the distribution you are using (e.g. express, feathers, total.js, etc) do not secure socket.io. This is a separate issue that we will look at in this article. We will focus on the 3 most known security mechanisms. In this article we focus on security protection […]

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Feathers (feathersjs) and React server side rendering

These days server side rendering has become an important feature for heavy client side applications and now most of the client side frameworks support it. In this article we focus on Server Side Rendering React on Feathers (Feathersjs) server. Featherjs is a node.js framework and is one of the best growing express.js based distributions. You can […]

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May 1st, 2017

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