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Are You Scrubbing the Twitter Stream on Your Web Site?

Never never trust content from a user, even if that user is another application. Web 2.0 is as much about integration as it is interactivity. Thus it’s no surprise that an increasing number of organizations are including a feed of their recent... Read more
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Are You Scrubbing the Twitter Stream on Your Web Site?

Never never trust content from a user, even if that user is another application. Web 2.0 is as much about integration as it is interactivity. Thus it’s no surprise that an increasing number of organizations are including a feed of their recent... Read more
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When Is More Important Than Where in Web Application Security

While you spend your time arguing over where application security belongs, miscreants are taking advantage of vulnerabilities. By the time you address the problem, they’ve moved on to the next one. Dmitry Evteev @ Positive Technologies Research... Read more
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Twitter Account Lockouts Continue to Plague Users

Brute force attacks by spammers seeking easy access causing frustration for users with no resolution in sight At least once a day I see someone on Twitter broadcast that they have been “locked out of their Twitter account, temporarily.” A search... Read more
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Web Application Security at the Edge is More Efficient Than In the Application

If one of the drivers for moving to cloud-based applications is reducing costs, you should think twice about the placement of application security solutions. There’s almost no way to avoid an argument on this subject so I won’t tiptoe around it:... Read more
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I am in your HTTP headers, attacking your application

Zero-day IE exploits and general mass SQL injection attacks often overshadow potentially more dangerous exploits targeting lesser known applications and attack vectors. These exploits are potentially more dangerous because once proven through a... Read more
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3 reasons you need a WAF even if your code is (you think) secure

Everyone is buzzing and tweeting about the SANS Institute CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Errors, many heralding its release as the dawning of a new age in secure software. Indeed, it's already changing purchasing requirements.... Read more
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