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3 Need-to-Know Security Terms for 2017: DevOps, “Shifting Left” and Ransomware

As organizations of all sizes and verticals prepare for whatever malicious cyber criminals have in store for them in the upcoming fiscal quarters,  we wanted to focus on three need-to-know terms that all security professionals should be aware of, and familiar with, in 2017.   Today, organizations need to increase the speed and quantity of

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Local File Inclusion Vulnerability

How a Local File Inclusion Vulnerability led to the AdultFriendFinder Hack

For millions of users, and former users, of websites on the Friend Finder Network, the service built to bring them closer to their fantasies is turning into a nightmare. In what Wired is calling a “privacy catastrophe,” over 400 million accounts and deleted accounts, were breached on one of the world’s largest adult dating websites as

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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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