Speed to market has been everything in the software development world. But over time we’ve discovered that speed alone cannot remain the end all be all. The majority of data breaches have to do with web application security vulnerabilities; and therefore, security must become part of the software development equation.
There have been a few high-profile breaches in the news lately related to Magecart, including British Airways, Ticketmaster, and Feedify. For those who don’t know, Magecart is a hacker group whose modus operandi involves skimming credit card details with code tailored to the sites they infect ...
New Sentinel Dynamic enhancements enable highest level of accuracy in shortest timeframe, make real-time risk assessment a reality and empower developers to create secure web applications at the fast pace demanded by modern businesses
On August 22, 2018, Apache Struts announced a security vulnerability and patch which remediates a critical remote code execution vulnerability. Apache Struts is a Java-based web application platform used by an estimated 65 percent of Fortune 100 companies. With this latest vulnerability, attackers can exploit a web application...
As Vulnerability Management systems move from CVSS v2 to v3, WhiteHat scoring keeps up.
Testing Single Page Applications for Broken Access Control Policies
Bank Websites and insufficient process validation – A recipe for Fraud
Thanks to everyone who attended the first Crash Course Series webinar. As we ran out of time before answering all of the questions at the end (and thank you all for so much participation!), I thought I’d pull the unanswered and reply to them here in longer form than the time allotted.
While it’s difficult to get permission from one’s corporate communications team or legal department on chatting with vendors, I was able to secure an interview with one of our financial services customers who use both Dynamic and Source code scanning.
As the news unfolds on Equifax and the latest and greatest of the Apache Struts hacks, a co-worker and I were talking about it amongst ourselves. “Why would someone leave a critical vulnerability unpatched for months?”, my co-worker asked in puzzled tones.