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AppSec Tips
& Best Practices

Learn from AppSec success stories and discover tips and best
practices for Developers, CISOs and Security Managers to help
in securing every part of the SDLC.

Do Hackers Use Source Code Analysis?

Your source code – along with secure application code practices – is your edge over hackers.    A couple of months back, part of the Checkmarx team, myself included, attended a security conference in India where we presented our solutions and provided demos for attendees who wanted to see how the solution enables detecting and mitigating vulnerabilities

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Everyone Talks About Phishing, But No One Blames XSS

Phishing. An ancient attack by internet standards, that both the general public and developers are aware of to different extents. Phishing relies on social engineering to allow hackers to gain access to sensitive data through fraudulent call-to-actions which mimic alerts from trusted brands and sources.  

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Static Analysis Tools: All You Need to Know

Application security is finally beginning to hit the mainstream, and organizations are beginning to see the benefit and need of securing their applications, both internal and external. With so many facets to AppSec, it can be hard to know where to start, especially when trying to build a program from scratch.

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Secure Application Development: Avoiding 5 Common Mistakes

It’s 2016 – and yet, somehow, ‘easy-to-avoid’ vulnerabilities like SQL injection and XSS can be found on websites of government agencies, Global 500 companies, as well as in highly sensitive medical and financial applications developed and deployed around the world. Two decades of the same kinds of attacks and we still haven’t gotten secure application

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How Secure Are Your Open Source Components?

For organizations around the world, open source code has allowed faster time to market, decreased the workload for developers and lowered costs for the organization. The ability for great minds from around the world to come together on a piece of code has given us Linux, Mozilla Firefox, WordPress, and hundreds of thousands of other

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