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What’s in Your Website? Lurking Risk From Third-party Resources

What’s in Your Website? Lurking Risk from Third-party Resources

Address Risk from Third-party Resources with Subresource Integrity (SRI) In most real-life web apps there’s a need to include third-party resources. Whether it is for advertisements, A/B testing, analytics or other purposes, third-party resources provide important functional or business value. When organizations are asked how they’re addressing the potential security risks, the people responsible for

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All You Wanted To Know About Web Browser Security

The web browser has come a long way since its invention in late 1990. Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Explorer/Edge have now taken the world by storm with their evolving user-friendly features. They have boosted productivity significantly thanks to their seamless integration with leading third-party applications and plug-ins. Unfortunately, web browser security is an

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15 AppSec Tips From the Top Ethical Hackers of 2014

2014 will go down as the year of the mega-attacks. It all started off during last years holiday season with the Target hackings that affected over 100 million customers. Soon the Heartbleed and Shellshock vulnerabilities were exposed, causing havoc all across the planet. The hackings kept on coming in the latter stages of the year

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Major Android Browser Flaw Allowing Hackers to Bypass SOP Mechanism

The Android platform has taken the world by storm in recent years. It was announced at Google’s recent 2014 I/O developer conference that over 538 million Android devices are currently in use worldwide. Android has now leapfrogged Apple’s iOS in the US, where it currently has almost 52% of the smartphone market share.

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