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October 09, 2019
Twitter used two-factor authentication information, including email addresses and phone numbers, to target ads for an unknown number of people over an unknown period of time.
May 22, 2019
Google disclosed two separate incidents in which G Suite passwords were stored insecurely, and in one of those incidents, the passwords were stored improperly for 14 years.
April 30, 2019
Since the start of 2018, Facebook has had a seemingly constant cascade of security issues and privacy scandals. Here's a look back at the social media giant's most serious issues.
November 16, 2018
The promised integration with Have I Been Pwned is expanding in Firefox Monitor with new breach alerts when a user visits a recently compromised website.
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A Web application (Web app) is an application program that is stored on a remote server and delivered over the Internet through a browser interface. Continue Reading
A nonce is a random or semi-random number that is generated for a specific use, typically related to cryptographic communication or information technology. Continue Reading
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An API-based integration between UC and business apps can improve workflows and contextual communication. But the integrations may carry security risks. Continue Reading
The remote administration Ammyy Admin software was repeatedly found to be spreading different types of malware. Expert Nick Lewis explains how enterprises should protect themselves. Continue Reading
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Are you ready for serverless security? Learn about four critical planning considerations software teams need to focus on if they plan to adopt serverless. Continue Reading
Credential stuffing attacks can put companies that offer online membership programs, as well as their customers, at risk. Find out how to proactively manage the threat. Continue Reading
This five-step approach to web application security testing with documented results will help keep your organization's applications free of flaws. Continue Reading
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The web is moving to HTTPS. Find out how to encrypt websites using HTTPS to stop eavesdroppers from snooping around sensitive and restricted web data. Continue Reading
Learn how managing web development content with the popular version control system can be risky without taking action to avoid these basic Git repository security risks. Continue Reading
Common web application vulnerabilities continue to confound enterprises. Here's how to defend against them and stop enabling exploits. Continue Reading