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Jenkins World 2017 Highlights the Growing Ubiquity of Continuous Integration
August 31, 2017 | By Alex Handy

Matt Rose, global director of application security strategy at Checkmarx, said that Jenkins is the bellwether for the CI/CD world. “Most of our customers are using Jenkins in some way.... Read More >

Gigster receives $20M in funding, Checkmarx’s DevSecOps platform, and Okta’s two-factor authentication — SD Times news digest: August 30, 2017
August 30, 2017 | By Madison Moore

At Jenkins World 2017, Checkmarx announced its new Interactive Application Security Testing solution, CxIAST, which gives teams continuous application security testing in real time, with zero scan time, accuracy and... Read More >

Mobile data theft a risk from shared app libraries
August 16, 2017 | By Michael Heller

Matthew Rose, ‎global director of application security strategy at Checkmarx, an application security software vendor headquartered in Israel, said there were a number of ways a shared library might be... Read More >

Alert: Avoid These Security Cameras Like the Plague
August 3, 2017 | By Paul Wagenseil

The Loftek CXS-2200 and VStarcam C7837WIP, which look nearly identical, contained more than a dozen vulnerabilities between them, many of which would let an attacker take over the camera from the internet. "The vulnerabilities just kept on coming," the report notes. "A malicious user can exploit your device to track... Read More >

Two IP-enabled cameras full of flaws
August 3, 2017 | By Teri Robinson

Checkmarx researchers said a pair of IP-enabled security cameras have nearly two dozen flaws that would make them vulnerable to attack. Loftek DSS-2200 and VStarcam C7837WIP, manufactured in China and aimed at the consumer market, also can be pressed into service as botnets to execute distributed denial of service (DDoS)... Read More >

Two Popular IP Cameras Riddled With Vulnerabilities
August 3, 2017 | By Tom Spring

Two consumer-grade IP-enabled security cameras manufactured by Loftek and VStartcam are riddled with nearly two dozen vulnerabilities that expose them to remote attacks. According to researchers, more than 1.3 million of the cameras are in use today, with 200,000 models located in the United States. Based on a report released... Read More >

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