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Checkmarx Research: Solidity and Smart Contracts from a Security Standpoint

Quoting the official documentation, Solidity “is a contract-oriented, high-level language for implementing smart contracts.” It was proposed back in 2014 by Gavin Wood and developed by several people, most of them being core contributors to the Ethereum platform, to enable writing smart contracts on blockchain platforms such as Ethereum. Solidity was designed around the ECMAScript

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2019 – Checkmarx Research Roundup

Discovering vulnerabilities like the ones mentioned below is why the Checkmarx Security Research team performs investigations. This type of research activity is part of their ongoing efforts to drive the necessary changes in software security practices among vendors that manufacture consumer-based technologies, while bringing more security awareness amid the consumers who purchase and use them.

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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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Android WebView: Secure Coding Practices

Nowadays, there is no doubt that mobile applications have changed the world in a big way. Just look at the interaction habits, for example the way people socialize as individuals or in a group has changed as what was once far away is now at our fingertips. This is part one of a four-part series. Click

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The Cybersecurity Organizations & Resources You Need to Know

No matter where you are on your journey in security, there is always room to keep learning. Especially in the security industry, it’s important to aim for a deep understanding of software and how applications interact on the web. In such a dynamic field, there’s no doubt the learning will never end.   Luckily for

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