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Israeli IT Prodigies Visit Checkmarx HQ

Checkmarx is continuing its tradition of hosting the brightest programming and computing minds from Israel’s leading academic institutions. This year it was a group of young kids who are currently honing their skills at the Tel Aviv University (TAU). They are a part of a special program that will enable them to complete their college

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Ultimate Guide to CSRF

The Ultimate Guide to Understanding & Preventing CSRF

We hear about SQL injection and Cross-Site Scripting constantly – but there are eight other high-risk vulnerabilities we need to be aware of, just in the OWASP Top Ten. One of those eight is yet another one to keep your eyes out for: Cross-Site Request Forgery, normally shortened as CSRF or XSRF.     CSRF

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OWASP Top 10 for IoT Explained

Even though the software industry has been dealing with security issues since the web introduced itself almost 30 years ago, IoT manufacturers who have not had this struggle in the past are now stepping into a world of pain which they can probably avoid if they use the lessons learned in the past.  Internet of

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3 Key Benefits of Automating Your Source Code Review

Automation has taken the business world by storm. We automate everything, from marketing to manufacturing and everything in between, and it often pays off: greater ROIs, higher productivity, less overworked employees. In application security, the same can be true. As web applications have become the essence of business in almost every industry, the risks have

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Hacker’s Paradise – New Virus Transfers Stolen Data Using Inaudible Sounds

Air-Gap Jumping Communication. Networkless hacking. Sci-fi movie themes are now turning into reality. German researchers Michael Hanspach and Michael Goetz have created what can potentially become the driving force behind the next-gen malware. Security experts be warned – offline computing is not going to be safe for long. 

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