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CVE-2020-35774: twitter-server XSS Vulnerability Discovered

According to its official documentation, “twitter-server” is a Twitter OSS project used to provide a template from which servers at Twitter are built. It provides common application components such as an administrative HTTP server, tracing, stats, and more, and is used, amongst other things, by both the Finagle and Finatra frameworks. After researching twitter-server, the

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What is the ROI of Checkmarx Application Security Testing (AST)?

When it comes to IT security initiatives, many enterprises struggle to quantify business value and return on investment (ROI), often viewing their security spend solely as an insurance expense – a must-have in today’s world of compliance regulations and inevitable cyberattacks. But by implementing the right solutions, organizations can mitigate a multitude of security challenges

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Preventing Developer Burnout in the Age of Rapid Software Delivery

“Burnout” happens across all jobs and industries, especially tech. However, developers have always been particularly at-risk of falling victim to burning out, and the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting digital shift driven by software, has only escalated this problem. Just look at the trends, as 38% of developers are releasing software monthly or faster, up

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2020 Checkmarx Partner Awards – APJ, EMEA & LATAM

Every year at Checkmarx, we recognize and award our business partners who have gone above and beyond to help their customers overcome their software security and business challenges. awards reflect our deep appreciation of the vital role our partners play in Checkmarx’s success, and more importantly, the enormous value they create for our customers. 2020

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2021 Software Security Predictions: Our Experts Weigh In

To say that 2020 was an unusual year would be an understatement. Business, government, healthcare, and education drastically changed with many organizations making massive digital transformations that were completely unplanned in many cases. The modifications nearly every organizations had to make were primarily driven by events outside of anyone’s control. However, their success in this

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