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Secure Software Development

Secure Software Development Tips – Interview with Josh Feinblum

The fourth, and final, interview in our 2016 National Cyber Security Awareness Month series is with Josh Feinblum, the VP of Information Security at Rapid7. In this series, we have gotten tips for accelerating application security with Dan Cornell of the Denim Group, received insights about managing open source security with Rami Sass of WhiteSource

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Secure Application Development: Avoiding 5 Common Mistakes

It’s 2016 – and yet, somehow, ‘easy-to-avoid’ vulnerabilities like SQL injection and XSS can be found on websites of government agencies, Global 500 companies, as well as in highly sensitive medical and financial applications developed and deployed around the world. Two decades of the same kinds of attacks and we still haven’t gotten secure application

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Static Code Analysis Tools – The AppSec Checklist

You have finally decided to fight cybercrime and protect your application. Great. But picking correctly from the wide range of static code analysis tools available on today’s market has become a challenging task. Besides being ineffective in locating application layer vulnerabilities, picking the wrong solution can lead to developer disengagement, which is the worst thing that can happen to

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All You Wanted To Know About Online Banking Security

Gone are the days when people frequented their banks to get their errands done. With more and more banking activities being performed online via web and mobile applications, the security risks are rising exponentially. But are banks and financial institutions doing enough to safeguard our privacy and financial assets? What are the risks and what

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What You Need To Know – Millions of eBay Users Exposed

Online e-commerce has become the rage. Millions of people worldwide are doing their shopping on the various online platforms. But even enormous e-commerce platforms like eBay are not immune to cybercrime, as security researcher MLT demonstrated recently. The culprit this time was Cross Site Scripting (XSS), a common application layer vulnerability that obviously was not detected/remediated during

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