You and your browser run inside a nice safe firewall. A firewall which doesn’t do what you think. Explore how the browser is the accomplice to the crime.
NTT Comm discloses a breach. Firewalls lead to false assurances, allowing wide open internal access.
Meet Hank. Hank is a web application with a dark secret. It trusts you the user to not change things in the browser. Bad Hank. Learn how to fix it!
The Content-Security-Policy headers exists to protect the users of your web site from the content they themselves might create.
Should I use a Web Application Firewall? What is it ? What benefit will it give me? When would I use it? Read on to learn!
Web applications may not be inherently secure. But we want them Internet available anyway. How can we reconcile these two? Let’s see!.
Agilicus presents its architecture, philosophy, strategy at CNCF Eastern Canada Stories Meetup
We often think in Boolean terms: Outside Bad, Inside Good
Instead, assume each layer will be breached
Your corporate firewall. That invulnerable bastion that lets you fearlessly run less-than-secure internal tools like a CRM, a Finance portal. But, is it really invulnerable? Or is it a paper wall at best? We look at how Cross-Site-Scripting vulnerabilities, known session ID cookies or access tokens can allow content from the world to pierce it as if it were not there. We do this using the weakest link: you.
Ensure new team members receive proper workplace training. Demonstrate compliance. Even if those workers don’t have accounts or desks.
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