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‘BatBadBut’ Command Injection Vulnerability Affects Multiple Programming Languages

‘BatBadBut’ Command Injection Vulnerability Affects Multiple Programming Languages 2024-04-12 at 14:31 By Ionut Arghire A critical vulnerability in multiple programming languages allows attackers to inject commands in Windows applications. The post ‘BatBadBut’ Command Injection Vulnerability Affects Multiple Programming Languages appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source …

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The next wave of mobile threats

The next wave of mobile threats 2024-04-12 at 07:01 By Help Net Security According to McAfee, apps, whether for communication, productivity, or gaming, are among the biggest threats to mobile security. Technavio expects the global mobile security software market to grow by $2.75 billion between 2020 and 2025, expanding at a CAGR of 9.68%. In …

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Stopping security breaches by managing AppSec posture

Stopping security breaches by managing AppSec posture 2024-04-11 at 06:01 By Help Net Security Many security vulnerabilities result from human error, and the majority of these are reflected in the application layer. These errors may occur at any stage in the software development life cycle, from code to cloud. In this Help Net Security video, …

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Security Flaw in WP-Members Plugin Leads to Script Injection

Security Flaw in WP-Members Plugin Leads to Script Injection 2024-04-02 at 18:46 By Ionut Arghire A cross-site scripting vulnerability in the WP-Members Membership plugin could allow attackers to inject scripts into user profile pages. The post Security Flaw in WP-Members Plugin Leads to Script Injection appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from …

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6 keys to navigating security and app development team tensions

6 keys to navigating security and app development team tensions 2024-04-02 at 06:01 By Help Net Security There will always be a natural tension between cybersecurity teams and developers. After all, it’s the developer’s role to “develop.” They want and are paid to create and ship new applications and features that help move the organization …

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Veracode Buys Longbow Security for Automated Root Cause Analysis Tech

Veracode Buys Longbow Security for Automated Root Cause Analysis Tech 2024-04-01 at 23:46 By Ryan Naraine Veracode announces a deal to acquire Longbow Security, a Texas seed-stage startup working on automated root cause analysis technology. The post Veracode Buys Longbow Security for Automated Root Cause Analysis Tech appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an …

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Drozer: Open-source Android security assessment framework

Drozer: Open-source Android security assessment framework 2024-03-27 at 06:32 By Mirko Zorz Drozer is an open-source security testing framework for Android, whose primary purpose is to make the life of mobile application security testers easier. Drozer features The solution enables the identification of security vulnerabilities in applications and devices by taking on the role of …

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BlueFlag Security Emerges From Stealth With $11.5M in Funding

BlueFlag Security Emerges From Stealth With $11.5M in Funding 2024-03-22 at 14:01 By Ionut Arghire BlueFlag Security emerges from stealth mode with $11.5 million in a seed funding round led by Maverick Ventures and Ten Eleven Ventures. The post BlueFlag Security Emerges From Stealth With $11.5M in Funding appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is …

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GitHub Rolls Out ‘Code Scanning Autofix’ in Public Beta

GitHub Rolls Out ‘Code Scanning Autofix’ in Public Beta 2024-03-21 at 14:16 By Ionut Arghire GitHub’s code scanning autofix delivers remediation suggestions for two-thirds of the identified vulnerabilities. The post GitHub Rolls Out ‘Code Scanning Autofix’ in Public Beta appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source …

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SAP Patches Critical Command Injection Vulnerabilities

SAP Patches Critical Command Injection Vulnerabilities 2024-03-12 at 20:21 By Ionut Arghire Enterprise software maker SAP documents multiple critical-severity issues and warns of risk of command injection attacks. The post SAP Patches Critical Command Injection Vulnerabilities appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original Source React to this …

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CISA Outlines Efforts to Secure Open Source Software

CISA Outlines Efforts to Secure Open Source Software 2024-03-08 at 18:03 By Ionut Arghire Concluding a two-day OSS security summit, CISA details key actions to help improve open source security. The post CISA Outlines Efforts to Secure Open Source Software appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original …

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Organizations are knowingly releasing vulnerable applications

Organizations are knowingly releasing vulnerable applications 2024-03-05 at 06:18 By Help Net Security 92% of companies had experienced a breach in the prior year due to vulnerabilities of applications developed in-house, according to Checkmarx. AppSec managers and developers share application security duties In recent years the responsibility for application security has shifted away from dedicated …

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Cyber Insights 2024: APIs – A Clear, Present, and Future Danger

Cyber Insights 2024: APIs – A Clear, Present, and Future Danger 2024-02-28 at 17:46 By Kevin Townsend The API attack surface is expanding and API vulnerabilities are growing. AI will help attackers find and exploit API vulnerabilities at scale. The post Cyber Insights 2024: APIs – A Clear, Present, and Future Danger appeared first on …

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No Security Scrutiny for Half of Major Code Changes: AppSec Survey

No Security Scrutiny for Half of Major Code Changes: AppSec Survey 2024-02-15 at 17:02 By Ionut Arghire Only 54% of major code changes go through a full security review, a new CrowdStrike State of Application Security report reveals. The post No Security Scrutiny for Half of Major Code Changes: AppSec Survey appeared first on SecurityWeek. …

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How threat actors abuse OAuth apps

How threat actors abuse OAuth apps 2024-02-08 at 06:31 By Help Net Security OAuth apps have become prominent in several attack groups’ TTPs in recent years. OAuth apps are used for every part of the attack process. In this Help Net Security video, Tal Skverer, Research Team Lead at Astrix Security, shares insights on how …

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Google Contributes $1 Million to Rust, Says It Prevented Hundreds of Android Vulnerabilities

Google Contributes $1 Million to Rust, Says It Prevented Hundreds of Android Vulnerabilities 2024-02-05 at 20:02 By Ionut Arghire Google announces $1 million investment in improving Rust’s interoperability with legacy C++ codebases. The post Google Contributes $1 Million to Rust, Says It Prevented Hundreds of Android Vulnerabilities appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an …

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Google Open Sources AI-Aided Fuzzing Framework

Google Open Sources AI-Aided Fuzzing Framework 2024-02-05 at 14:46 By Ionut Arghire Google has released its fuzzing framework in open source to boost the ability of developers and researchers to identify vulnerabilities. The post Google Open Sources AI-Aided Fuzzing Framework appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original …

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Tor Code Audit Finds 17 Vulnerabilities

Tor Code Audit Finds 17 Vulnerabilities 2024-01-31 at 15:47 By Eduard Kovacs Over a dozen vulnerabilities discovered in Tor audit, including a high-risk flaw that can be exploited to inject arbitrary bridges.  The post Tor Code Audit Finds 17 Vulnerabilities appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article is an excerpt from SecurityWeek RSS Feed View Original …

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Unlocking sustainable security practices with secure coding education

Unlocking sustainable security practices with secure coding education 2024-01-30 at 06:31 By Help Net Security Despite stringent regulations and calls for ‘security by design’, organizations are still failing to equip teams with the knowledge to secure code, according to Security Journey. In fact, only 20% of respondents were confident in their ability to detect a …

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New Class of CI/CD Attacks Could Have Led to PyTorch Supply Chain Compromise

New Class of CI/CD Attacks Could Have Led to PyTorch Supply Chain Compromise 2024-01-12 at 14:31 By Ionut Arghire Researchers detail a CI/CD attack leading to PyTorch releases compromise via GitHub Actions self-hosted runners. The post New Class of CI/CD Attacks Could Have Led to PyTorch Supply Chain Compromise appeared first on SecurityWeek. This article …

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