security

security


protect and safeguard your websites, apps, customer data and business from data breaches, cross site scripting (xss), sql injection (sqi), denial of service (dos), cross site request forgery (csrf), unauthorized access and much more.

Stay current on this ever evolving industry.
today 21st, july 2024
"offensive security drives defensive security. we're sharing a collection of saas attack techniques to help defenders understand the threats they face..."
source: pushsecurity.com // jacques louw format: text year: 2023 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"this is a comprehensive guide to content security policy (csp). if you build websites for a living, csp is an important concept to know, understand, and implement to protect your users from cross-site scripting (xss) injection attacks. this post covers (almost) everything you need to know about csp..."
source: writesoftwarewell.com // akshay khot format: text year: 2023 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
thursday 7th, december 2023
source: github.com // terjanq format: text year: 2021 cache:  n/a provided by: eric
"we have compiled a list of some of the best practices to prevent api key leakage and keep secrets and credentials safe. secrets management doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all approach, so this list considers multiple perspectives so you can be informed in deciding to or not to implement strategies..."
source: blog.gitguardian.com // mackenzie jackson format: text year: 2023 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
wednesday 4th, october 2023
"apple has just made life more difficult for mobile ad networks and other third parties who track you around the web and push stuff to you or sell your data. with the latest change of rules for developers, apple is taking aim at fingerprinting, a sneaky technique that some apps may use to covertly spy on you and your device..."
source: adguard.com format: text year: 2023 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
"for the cost of two cups of coffee, one man half a world away held a $25-million empire hostage, in one of the highest-profile domain disputes stemming from a rising tide of cybersquatting originating in india..."
source: xbiz.com // jonathan corona format: text year: 2021 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
monday 2nd, october 2023
"recent research by the university of wisconsin-madison found that “a significant percentage” of extensions in chrome — about 12.5% — have received permissions from users that enable them to access sensitive personal information. the paper mainly focuses on passwords..."
source: adguard.com format: text year: 2023 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
thursday 21st, september 2023
"you don’t want to take your online security for granted, especially when you have a business that’s accessible via the internet. while many of us are used to assessing risks about what threats can become problems for our businesses, it can be easy to overlook the growing threat of online fraud. it’s best to be very proactive, so here are six ways you’ll be able to ensure your security and keep operations rolling smoothly..."
source: xbiz.com // jonathan corona format: text year: 2021 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
monday 18th, september 2023
"a hands-on beginner's guide to what xss attacks are and how to prevent them..."
source: victorzhou.com format: text year: 2020 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
sunday 10th, september 2023
"the notion of secret communications can be approached on two levels. we can use cryptography — a methodology based on number theory — to guarantee that no one, except the intended recipient, can understand what you’re saying..."
source: quantamagazine.org // steve nadis format: text year: 2022 cache:  webarchive provided by: eric
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