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API Security 101: Security Misconfiguration

API Security 101: Security Misconfiguration

An overview of the most common security misconfigurations, a constant threat against API implementations.Photo by Anne Nygård on UnsplashYou’ve probably heard of the OWASP top ten or the top ten vulnerabilities that threaten ...

Ghidra 101: Loading Windows Symbols (PDB files)

In this blog series, I will be putting the spotlight on useful Ghidra features you may have missed. Each post will look at a different feature and show how it helps you save time ...

10 Database Security Best Practices You Should Know

According to Risk Based Security’s 2020 Q3 report, around 36 billion records were compromised between January and September 2020. While this result is quite staggering, it also sends a clear message of ...

The Data Lakehouse Post 1 – My Database Wishlist – A Rant

In 2015, I wrote a book about the Security Data Lake. At the time, the big data space was not as mature as today and especially the intersection of big data and ...

Don’t Let Your Stored Procedures Lack Integrity

Unfamiliar territory As a security analyst, engineer, or CISO, there are so many aspects of the field that require immediate attention that one cannot possibly know everything.  Some of the common areas ...
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What’s the Value of a Key-Value Store?

A database back end for your application is vital, and odds are that your database is a relational database or a "not only SQL" (NoSQL) database. Relational databases have dominated the software ...
Elasticsearch Database with 42 Million Records of Iranian Citizen Found Exposed Online

Elasticsearch Database with 42 Million Records of Iranian Citizen Found Exposed Online

An Elasticsearch database holding 42 million records of Iranian Telegram users was found on the web, for anyone to access. The private data included phone numbers and user names, and it’s unclear ...
Unsecured Database with Personal Info on 56 Million U.S. Citizens Found Online

Unsecured Database with Personal Info on 56 Million U.S. Citizens Found Online

A vast database containing information scraped from the public domain on 56.25 million U.S. citizens has been found online, with no security and serving an IP address belonging to Chinese online retailer ...
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Time Series Databases, the Future of Monitoring and Logging

The post Time Series Databases, the Future of Monitoring and Logging appeared first on CCSI ...

New Firefox Privacy Protections, Apple iOS Zero-Days, Facebook User Phone Numbers Exposed

You’re listening to the Shared Security Podcast, exploring the trust you put in people, apps, and technology…with your host, Tom Eston. In episode 85 for September 9th 2019: Firefox will now block ...