Month: October 2018

Three C-Words of Web App Security: Part 2 – CSRF

This is the second in a three-part series, Three C-Words of Web Application Security. I wrote a sort of prologue back in April, called A Brief Evolution of Web Apps, just to set the scene for those less versed in web application history. In July, I posted part one, which was Three C-Words of Web App Security: …

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Silencing Firefox’s Chattiness for Web App Testing

Firefox is one chatty browser! Even if you don’t actually use it for anything, it’s constantly making requests out to the internet for things like updates, checking network status, and sending telemetry data back to Mozilla. When using Firefox for web app testing, I’ve often noticed the constant stream of additional requests that get in …

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Not Just Another Notch in Your Belt: Organizational Challenges of PCI Compliance

As an account manager in the world of security, I am constantly confronted with questions surrounding PCI compliance and the challenges organizations face with ensuring proper controls are in place, and all requirements met.  If we get down to the core of the issue, the reality is many organizations either don’t have the budget or …

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