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Preventing exploitation of the Follina vulnerability in MSDT

The Follina Exploit A zero-click Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability has started making the rounds which is leveraging functionality within applications such as Microsoft Word. This vulnerability exists when the...

Application Security 101 – HTTP headers

1. Strict-Transport-Security The HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) header forces browsers and other agents to interact with web servers over the encrypted HTTPS protocol, which secures users from Man in...

How effective is secure code review for discovering vulnerabilities?

We’ve recently discussed application security and the trend we’re seeing in which companies are increasingly implementing security early on in the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). In our blog post exploring the impact of adopting application security, we described a…

Application Security (AppSec)

There is a movement in the IT security world that is gaining traction, and it is based around the implementation of security within applications from the beginning. You may have heard buzzwords like “AppSec”, “DevSecOps” and “Shift Left”, but what…

Enhancing Security in your Software Development LifeCycle – Dealing with Dependencies

The adoption of agile practices has resulted in the emergence of shift-lift testing, where testing is performed much earlier in the Software Development LifeCycle (SDLC). Traditional waterfall models performed testing to the right of, or following, development. The benefits of…

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