1304 readersAsa Whillock has posted a great article on Adobe's Developer Center titled 'Hardening Guide for Flash Media Server'. In it he covers 'ways to prevent your FMS from being used for unintended purposes, as well as understand how to disable features you don't need and gain insights about some things you may not have known
1488 readersAsa Whillock has posted a great article on Adobe's Developer Center titled 'Hardening Guide for Flash Media Server'. In it he covers 'ways to prevent your FMS from being used for unintended purposes, as well as understand how to disable features you don't need and gain insights about some things you may not have known
2319 readersJust in case you haven’t been paying too much attention I thought it would be best to post here too that FMS has a security update out for it. Details on what that’s all about are here (PDF link), the updates download page can be hit up here. Definitely something you want to get on
15861 readersI get asked this question a lot “What’s the difference between Flash Media Server and Wowza Media Server?”. I thought I’d post about it so I can easily point people towards an article instead of saying the same thing over and over again. Here are the biggest differences between FMS and WMS. There are lots
6992 readersIn the series of a total of five initial tutorials on security for Flash Media server, the second and third are now up on the site. Check out the details here: Tutorial #51: Flash Media Server Security : Using server side client permissions to help protect your server In this tutorial we talk about using
3388 readersIn this article, you will learn how Adobe Media Server(AMS) can be configured to send logs to a remote logging server. Content - Configuring AMS to enable remote logging - Setting up syslog as a remote logging server - Where to go from here Adobe Media Server Developer Center
7657 readersWe’ve got out a new tutorial on FMSGuru.com which is the next in the series about Flash Media Server security: Tutorial #54: Flash Media Server Security : Taking advantage of the Application.xml file settings to help protect your server In this continuation of the series on security with Flash Media Server, we talk about taking
2434 readersMy new Adobe Developer Center article is now available. This article demonstrates how to build an application that uses Adobe Flash Media Interactive Server (FMIS) as an editing module for live events without requiring any DVR features on a content-delivery network (CDN).
3307 readersI did a lot of learning this passed week about security and how to protect web applications written in HTML and Flex against various attacks. I would like to prepare an entire lecture on the subject but I thought I'd share one particular topic on my blog for now.The topic I want to talk about
2339 readersWell I thought it might be helpful to have an online session that covers some getting started topics related to the Adobe Flash Media Server. During this hour long session I will show you how to get started using the sample player that comes with FMS as well as how to get started using Dynamic
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