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AppSec Training – Necessary, but not sufficient

It’s no secret that the earlier you discover security bugs in the software development life cycle (SDLC), the more time, money, and resources you will save. While making use of “reactive” security testing tools such as SAST and IAST is necessary to prevent vulnerabilities from entering production, a proactive approach that eliminates the introduction of

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Houston [I mean Bulgaria], we’ve got a problem

Every relationship is built on trust. Trust is at the core of every lasting relationship, whether it’s between family members, between spouses, between organizations and their customers, and even between citizens and their government. At the start of this week, this trust was unfortunately violated in Bulgaria. The data of 5M people was leaked from

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Vulnerable Software – The Gift that Keeps on Giving

Concerning the latest data breaches on record, this past May was rather noteworthy. A host of organizations from around the world announced in fact, that they had experienced a data breach.  From online retailers, travel booking sites, and high-tech startups, to social sharing sites, healthcare billing firms, and even title insurance companies, the long list

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Android WebView: Are Secure Coding Practices Being Followed?

Android WebView: Are Secure Coding Practices Being Followed?

WebViews are very common on the Android applications. There are clear WebView security best practices, but are they being implemented? With our previous blog post in mind, Android WebView: Secure Coding Practices, we wanted to understand how security best practices in WebViews are being implemented in the wild. Are the apps with WebViews, currently available on

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