Application
Security Trends

Traditional security is well past its expiration date.
Learn about the latest trends in AppSec in these posts,
from DevOps to SAST and everything in between.

This Week In Application Security News: Nov. 25 – Dec. 1

Winner of the ‘Worst Week’ award goes to James Howells, who this week realized he threw away a hard drive with 7,500 Bitcoins worth over $7.5 million in current BTC value. Read about his million dollar fumble, the still-unfolding Vodafone breach, new NSA snooping and more in this week’s edition of The Week in AppSec.

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2,000+ Websites Vulnerable With Ruby on Rails Flaw

A new exploit, discovered by a white-hat hacker, puts users of over 2,000 Websites in danger of attack. Older versions of Ruby on Rails, a popular open source Web app, employ a defective session management system that could affect the users on the thousands of sites that use it. G.S. McNamara, a security researcher based

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Cybersecurity Checklist For Holiday Shopping & Travel

For many in the U.S., the Thanksgiving weekend officially begins at the end of today’s work day and thus starts the beginning of the holiday season. This year there will already be enough pains to deal with: congested roads, packed stores and airports, not to mention messy weather. One headache you can avoid is Cybercrime, so

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Reviewing Scan Results in Checkmarx CxSuite [Video]

[slideshare id=28484935&doc=checkmarxresultsreview-131121105407-phpapp02-video] In this SlideShare video, we demo the process of reviewing the source code analysis and the steps you need to take in repairing the vulnerabilities. Explore how the CxSuite solution, using state of the art code flow visualization, discovers vulnerable locations and shows the points to best fix the issue and mitigate further

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Obamacare Website Compromised; Security Issues Surface

The Obamacare website has now joined the ever-growing list of compromised portals. Reports of bad user-experience and rumors of security breaches have been making the rounds for weeks, but the newly launched national healthcare website (healthcare.gov) has now apparently fallen prey to a typical Cross-Site Scripting attack. 

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The Week in Application Security News: November 11-17, 2013

Been too busy changing all your overused passwords to read the security news this week? We’re here to catch you up on the past week’s news from an #AppSec point of view, from Loyaltybuild’s massive breach of trust as well as credit card details, to the Adobe exposure that keeps on giving, to remembering the last of the

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Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) Embraces SAST

Application security in Financial Information Systems (FIS) has become a must in today’s malicious cyberspace. Due to the wide range of solutions in the market, many software executives find it hard to pick the right defense strategy for their systems, which contain highly sensitive details and valuable information.

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When It Comes To Battling Cybercrime, Better Safe Than Sorry

Globally, upper-level management in corporations big and small have a conundrum when deciding what to do about their information security strategy. It’s a hassle; it’s another expense; it’s unnecessary, they say. Do information security correctly, though, and you could save millions of dollars and headaches; when it comes to data breaches, it’s better safe than

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Checkmarx and Specialist IT Consultancy Firm Ballintrae Team Up To Reduce Software Risks

The companies will jointly work on Application Security. (CBR) –November 13, 2013 — IT consultants Ballintrae and Checkmarx, an application security testing, have joined forces to reduce software risk. With risk high on the boardroom agenda, it is hoped that the partnership will help financial services organisations minimize software risk when developing and upgrading internal and client-facing applications.

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