PCI DSS 4.0.1: New Clarifications on Client-Side Security – What You Need to Know
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by Erez Hasson
13h ago
As a leading provider of web application and API security solutions, Imperva is committed to helping merchants, payment processors, and anyone seeking to comply with the latest PCI DSS requirements. We previously discussed the changes introduced in PCI DSS 4.0. This blog will cover the clarifications introduced in version 4.0.1 regarding payment pages, forms, and […] The post PCI DSS 4.0.1: New Clarifications on Client-Side Security – What You Need to Know appeared first on Blog. The post PCI DSS 4.0.1: New Clarifications on Client-Side Security – What You Need to Know appeared first on Securi ..read more
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Managing Transitive Vulnerabilities
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by OX Security
2d ago
Transitive vulnerabilities are developers’ most hated type of security issue, and for good reason. It’s complicated enough to monitor for and fix direct vulnerabilities throughout the software development lifecycle (SDLC). When software is dependent on third-, fourth-, and Nth-party components (and most software is), the longtail of risk can seem endless. To understand transitive vulnerabilities, […] The post Managing Transitive Vulnerabilities appeared first on OX Security. The post Managing Transitive Vulnerabilities appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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How to secure non-human identities? with Andrew Wilder and Amir Shaked
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by Alexandra Charikova
3d ago
This blog is based on our conversation with Andrew Wilder, Retained Chief Security Officer at Community Veterinary Partners and Amir Shaked, VP of R&D at Oasis Security. It covers the unique challenges of securing non-human identities. The post How to secure non-human identities? with Andrew Wilder and Amir Shaked appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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Feeding the Phishes
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by Forrest Kasler
4d ago
PHISHING SCHOOL Bypassing Phishing Link Filters You could have a solid pretext that slips right by your target secure email gateway (SEG); however, if your link looks too sketchy (or, you know, “smells phishy”), your phish could go belly-up before it even gets a bite. That’s why I tend to think of link filters as their own separate control. Let’s talk briefly about how these link filters work and then explore some ways we might be able to bypass them. What the Filter? (WTF) Over the past few years, I’ve noticed a growing interest in detecting phishing based on the links themselv ..read more
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Mobile SDK Security: Effective Testing Methodology
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by Siva Krishna Samireddy
4d ago
In mobile penetration testing, third-party modules or libraries are often considered out of scope for several reasons, although it’s worth noting that the decision to include or exclude third-party components can vary depending on the specific requirements of the assessment […] The post Mobile SDK Security: Effective Testing Methodology appeared first on WeSecureApp :: Securing Offensively. The post Mobile SDK Security: Effective Testing Methodology appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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Open Source Licensing 101: Everything You Need to Know
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by Deepak Gupta - Tech Entrepreneur, Cybersecurity Author
5d ago
With the right license, you can protect your open-source project and ensure proper usage. This article provides a clear overview of open-source licensing for developers and users. The post Open Source Licensing 101: Everything You Need to Know appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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Announcing the Burp Suite Professional chapter in the Testing Handbook
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by Trail of Bits
6d ago
By Maciej Domanski Based on our security auditing experience, we’ve found that Burp Suite Professional’s dynamic analysis can uncover vulnerabilities hidden amidst the maze of various target components. Unpredictable security issues like race conditions are often elusive when examining source code alone. While Burp is a comprehensive tool for web application security testing, its extensive […] The post Announcing the Burp Suite Professional chapter in the Testing Handbook appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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Recall ‘Delayed Indefinitely’ — Microsoft Privacy Disaster is Cut from Copilot+ PCs
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by Richi Jennings
1w ago
Copilot Plus? More like Copilot Minus: Redmond realizes Recall requires radical rethink. The post Recall ‘Delayed Indefinitely’ — Microsoft Privacy Disaster is Cut from Copilot+ PCs appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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The Elephant in AppSec Conference is here!
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by Alexandra Charikova
1w ago
Get ready for some opinionated talks. The post The Elephant in AppSec Conference is here! appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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Elevating SaaS App Security in an AI-Driven Era
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by Reed McGinley-Stempel
1w ago
In the rapidly evolving landscape of software as a service (SaaS), the security of applications has never been more critical. The post Elevating SaaS App Security in an AI-Driven Era appeared first on Security Boulevard ..read more
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