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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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Introducing the Checkmarx Certified Engineer Program (CxCE)

If you were to take a look at the current job market for developers, application security engineers, solution architects, penetration testers, or systems engineers, it’s clear that application security testing skill sets are in high demand. You’ll also notice that Checkmarx has become synonymous with application security testing. Gartner further validated this by naming Checkmarx

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A Simple Coding Error Put Millions of Smartphone Users at Risk: What You Need to Know

As many as 180 million smartphone users are at risk of having texts and calls hijacked by hackers – all due to a simple coding error in at least 685 different mobile apps. A warning was released by the cybersecurity firm Appthority late last week. According to Appthority, the vulnerability (known as Eavesdropper) could let

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A Closer Look: Securing with Jenkins

Acclaimed by the DevOps world and best known as the leading open source automation server for continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD), Jenkins is a Java-based program designed to monitor a set of executions in a software environment. Jenkins allows developers to rapidly detect and resolve errors in the code base and boosts automated

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