Posts with this tag mention the security of web applications or their use to practice attacks.

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Jason Chavarría

Develop bank applications that resist DDoS attacks

Banks are getting most of the DDoS attacks among financial services firms, which are being targeted more than before. Learn to secure your app from this threat.

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Felipe Ruiz

We need you, but we can't give you any money

We want to persist in raising awareness about the scarce support that many open-source software projects, on which nearly everyone depends, are receiving.

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Felipe Ruiz

A digital infrastructure issue that many still ignore

The joke mentioned here is just a small sample of a big dependency issue in the global digital infrastructure, about which we need to raise awareness.

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Felipe Ruiz

Conti gang relentlessly lashes their vulnerable systems

It's been almost two weeks since the beginning of the Conti gang's new wave of cyberattacks against Costa Rican organizations. Find out here what has happened.

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Jason Chavarría

Google is forced to give EU users a 'Reject all' option

Users in France can now reject all cookies in Google Search and YouTube more easily after these services' banners were found to break EU data privacy laws.

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Felipe Ruiz

Three strikes already for this web browser in 2022

In this blog post, you can learn about three zero-day vulnerabilities of at least high severity in Google Chrome that have been exploited this year.

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Felipe Ruiz

The Blanc brothers and the Chappe telegraph network

Have you ever asked yourself that question? Discover in this blog post the old incident that is considered by many as the first cyberattack in history.

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Felipe Ruiz

The emergence of WhisperGate as the first worrying sign

Although Russia has not invaded Ukraine so far, cyberattacks attributed to that world power have again been reported and could escalate into a cyberwar.

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Jason Chavarría

What was Azure's four-year-old vulnerability?

A recently discovered four-year-old vulnerability in Microsoft's Azure App Service has been keeping the source codes of customer applications public.

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