Code

Posts with this tag discuss the security of source code or different approaches to writing or analyzing it.

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Felipe Ruiz


It's about time you relied on code-assisted pentesting

Here are some reasons why it would be prudent and beneficial to stop being reluctant to share your code for pentesting with a reputable cybersecurity company.

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Jason Chavarría


Five best practices for coding with the help of gen AI

Generative AI tools are an ally for developers to write code efficiently. We share five best practices for developing software securely while using those tools.

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Jason Chavarría


Importance, types, steps, tools of pentesting, and more

Explore the world of penetration testing and gain understanding of how it bolsters your cybersecurity safeguards against emerging threats.

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Carlos Bello


Beware of insecure-by-default libraries!

Here we present in detail a vulnerability we discovered in BookStack v23.10.2, along with the steps to follow to replicate the exploit.

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Jason Chavarría


Learn the types, tools, techniques, principles and more

We define security testing and tell you all the basics. These include how to perform it to find vulnerabilities in software applications and other systems.

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Jason Chavarría


Now we follow all best practices required by OpenSSF

After evidencing statement and branch coverages above 90% and other high-level best practices, our open-source project Universe got the rare OpenSSF gold badge.

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Jason Chavarría


Among exposed were secrets, code and AI training data

We describe the leak and mention its causes and threats, talk about the possible security risks when using Azure SAS tokens and give advice to prevent leaks.

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Felipe Ruiz


Towards an approach that engages more than SCA and SBOM

Understand what a comprehensive software supply chain security approach should aim at and why it is crucial to implement it during your company's SDLCs.

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Carlos Bello


What is invisible to some hackers is visible to others

Here we present in detail a vulnerability we discovered in PaperCut MF/NG v22.0.10, along with the steps to follow to replicate the exploit.

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