Topic: software vulnerability

The modern risks of open-source code

The amount of open-source code being used in modern applications has exploded. According to multiple surveys, a large majority of enterprises are reporting that open-source components and third-party libraries are being implanted into their applications, both internal and outward-facing. Developers acknowledge that utilizing open source allows them to both speed up software development and focus … continue reading

Business logic flaws: How to address them during application design

Software applications have become significantly more complex over the past decade. This bodes well for the creation of new application-based business opportunities and additional customer touchpoints, however increased software complexity also opens the door for more malicious attacks and high-impact data leaks. Ever-nimble and determined threat actors are reinventing their approaches to align with current … continue reading

Enterprises partnering with Bugcrowd to hunt down software bugs

Enterprises are teaming up with Bugcrowd, a crowdsourced security organization that helps fight back against the persistent hackers and vulnerabilities in software. According to Bugcrowd, the first bug bounty program was created in late 1995 by Jarrett Ridlinghafer, a technical support engineer at Netscape. The goal was to find bugs in Netscape’s Navigator 2.0 Internet … continue reading

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