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Episode #354 - March 19, 2013

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Get some Inadequate Guids to Ruby and Rails Security, take a dip in the XPool, and turn Ruby into JavaScript on this episode of Ruby5.

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James Britt, the guy behind ruby-doc.org, realized after the recent security issues discovered in Ruby and Rails that there was no good, central, updated place to find vulnerability disclosures on Ruby. So, ruby-doc.org now sports a vulnerability disclosure banner at the top of the site for recent listings on the National Vulnerability Database for Ruby.

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