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Drupal Core: Behind the Vulnerability

Earlier this year, the Checkmarx Security Research Team conducted an investigation of the new version of Drupal Core (Drupal 9) – a content management system (CMS) written in PHP – uncovering several interesting issues whose technical details are worth discussing openly. This article covers the technical facets of CVE-2020-13663 that were made public by Checkmarx

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Privilege Escalation on Meetup.com Enabled Redirection of Payments

The Checkmarx Security Research Team recently audited the security of several high-profile websites, including Meetup.com. For those who are not familiar with Meetup.com, it allows users to create an event where people with similar interests gather. Events can be in person, and in light of the ongoing pandemic, many of them have moved to virtual

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Navigation Apps: Leading the Way? Or Following You?

Navigation Apps: Leading the Way? Or Following You?

In the United States alone, 84% of adults are using navigation applications, according to a recent Gallup poll. Whether they’re downloading it in an app store or the navigation capability is already built into the car, these navigation tools are taking us to the grocery store, to our grandparents’ house, to job interviews, and everywhere

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Ultimate Guide to CSRF

The Ultimate Guide to Understanding & Preventing CSRF

We hear about SQL injection and Cross-Site Scripting constantly – but there are eight other high-risk vulnerabilities we need to be aware of, just in the OWASP Top Ten. One of those eight is yet another one to keep your eyes out for: Cross-Site Request Forgery, normally shortened as CSRF or XSRF.     CSRF

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