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December 20, 2019
F5 Networks is acquiring Shape Security for approximately $1 billion in a move to strengthen its presence in the application security and anti-fraud markets.
November 01, 2019
Now supporting both Python and Node.js, Application Security Monitoring can identify risk throughout the software development lifecycle for both third-party and native code.
August 23, 2019
DARPA is still in the early prototype stages of its SSITH program, but the aim is to develop an open source chip able to block hardware attacks and reduce the need for software patches.
April 22, 2019
BeStorm X, a black-box fuzzer by Beyond Security and Ubiquitous AI, tests IoT devices to identify security weaknesses and vulnerabilities before they're exploited.
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Buffer overflow attacks are simple exploits that can give an attacker control over a program or process. Learn how these attacks work and how to make sure they don't happen to you. Continue Reading
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In microservices and service mesh environments, communications don't follow static paths. As such, security teams must update their application threat modeling methods. Continue Reading
Shellcode is a set of instructions that executes a command in software to take control of or exploit a compromised machine. Read up on the malware term and how to mitigate the risk. Continue Reading
A new Nemertes research study shows enterprises need to adopt third-party risk management programs that jettison manual checklists in favor of automated tools, hands-on risk assessments and dedicated risk teams. Continue Reading
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Read up on types of buffer overflow attacks, and learn secure coding best practices that prevent such vulnerabilities, as well as post-deployment steps to keep apps and websites safe. Continue Reading
The most widely known application security threats are sometimes the most common exploits. Here is a list of the top app threats and their appropriate security responses. Continue Reading
To prevent cross-site scripting attacks, software developers must validate user input and encode output. Review characters to filter out, as well as sources and sinks to avoid. Continue Reading