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Hacking a Web Application: Authentication (Part 1)

Check for any other sources of information leakage within the application that may enable you to compile a list of valid usernames. Locate any subsidiary authentication that accepts a username and ... read more

The Design Process of a Web Designer/Developer

I went through Art School and got a degree in Graphic/Web Design ... is sort of a practical application of this article I wrote almost 2 years ago. The most exciting part of any project is ... read more

WebAuthn, FIDO2 Infuse Browsers, Platforms with Strong Authentication

an application programming interface (API) and a set of rules for transmitting data between devices (a protocol). Both were introduced in April before the annual RSA conference. The Web Authentication ... read more

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Why Are Crypto Exchanges Hacked So Often?

In this article, I’ll explain why so many exchanges are being hacked. Now that we've described why exchanges ... vulnerable by design. As a centralized web application with functions to execute transa... read more


Password inadequacy remains a top threat

This finding, along with the emergence of the Mimikatz credential-stealing malware and the popularity of brute force login attacks against web applications, underscores the reality that passwords alon... read more

New Security Research Reveals Password Inadequacy a Top Threat, Need for Multi-Factor Authentication

This finding, along with the emergence of the Mimikatz credential-stealing malware as a top threat and the popularity of brute force login attacks against web applications, underscores the reality ... read more

Access Management for Kubernetes (Part 1)

We have worked on an access management solution for Kubernetes using the CA Single Sign-On (SSO) by configuring a web-hook ... to our service SSO for further authentication and authorization. read more

New Security Research Reveals Password Inadequacy Still a Top Threat

"Authentication ... most prevalent web attack in particular, "WEB Brute Force Login -1.1021" enables attackers to execute a massive deluge of login attempts against web applications, leveraging ... read more

What to do if your Yahoo account was hacked

The latest Yahoo hack ... authentication tool: Yahoo Account Key. It even eliminates the need to memorize a Yahoo password. If you use the Yahoo Android or iOS app, log in to your account, go to your ... read more

Digital authentication: The past, present and uncertain future of the keys to online identity

If one of those soldiers were to walk up on the street and claim to be part of his army ... one of the weaknesses with password systems by hacking the CTSS a short year later. Any password-based authe... read more

Maritime Ports Pushed to Up Cyber Security

“Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practice to deceive ... And there is security – biometrics, firewalls, authentication, encryption, passwords, anti-virus and anti-malware programs. That’ ... read more

Is Your Company Ready For A Bug Bounty Program?

Bug bounties have become an important part of many security programs ... for example, public-facing web applications that do not require authentication. Spell out targets clearly for bug hunters other... read more



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