Sven Morgenroth Explains & Demos Same-origin Policy and How to Circumvent it

Sven Morgenroth of Netsparker gave a technical presentation entitled ‘How to Circumvent the SOP and How to Get Hacked in the Process' during episode #550 of Paul’s Security Weekly. The presentation was about the Same-origin Policy (SOP), one of the most important security policies in web browsers, and during the presentation Sven explained: The origin of SOP and how it works, during which he also noted that SOP isn't a single, standardized policy because it has developed over time. Why Web developers tend to hate SOP. Hint, it makes life inconvenient for them. Developers want to bypass...
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Enterprise Security Weekly #81

Ferruh Mavituna, Founder and CEO of Netsparker, was interviewed by Paul Asadoorian and Dr Doug White during the Enterprise Security Weekly podcast show #81. During the interview, Ferruh talked about: The current focus for Netsparker - scanning at scale. Netsparker Cloud is helping enterprises with thousands of web applications to find vulnerabilities automatically and then begin to take remediation action without delay. Large organizations still suffer data breaches and web application vulnerabilities remain the most common source. He then highlighted the need for product honesty in the web application security industry, as the problem of false...
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Ep. 103 – How To Be A Good Parent With Michael Bazzell

There are a few guests that we have had on multiple times and yet continue to excite and entertain us. This month we invite back the amazing Michael Bazzell to discuss OSINT, Security and parenting tips. March 12, 2018 Contents Download Get Involved Download Ep. 103 – How To Be A Good Parent With Michael The post Ep. 103 – How To Be A Good Parent With Michael Bazzell appeared first on Security Through Education.
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Inner Circle Podcast: Episode 004

My guest on the Inner Circle podcast this week is Cesar Cerrudo, CTO of IOActive. Our topic revolves around ransomware–but with a twist that involves robots. I think we can all agree that ransomware is annoying. When it comes to the standard ransomware business model of encrypting data and holding it hostage, though, there’s a The post Inner Circle Podcast: Episode 004 appeared first on TechSpective.
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Human Factor Podcast: Jenny Radcliffe and Chris Boyd

Hear Lead Malware Intelligence Analyst Chris Boyd talk about 10 years of experience in security and research on the Human Factor podcast hosted by Jenny Radcliffe. Categories: 101 FYI Tags: human factor podcastjenny radcliffemany hats clubpodcastrecording (Read more...) The post Human Factor Podcast: Jenny Radcliffe and Chris Boyd appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
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Ep. 102 – Penning the Future with JJ Green

I don’t think any of you will be shocked when i say this world is increasingly more insecure. From our online persona to our physical security – everything is in danger. This month JJ Green tackles that topic with us. Feb 12, 2018 Contents Download Get Involved Download Ep. 102 – Penning the Future with The post Ep. 102 – Penning the Future with JJ Green appeared first on Security Through Education.
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Ep. 101 – Flash Bangs: The Reformation of a Social Engineer

The SEPodcast takes a different turn this month and we invite on an ex-Member of UGNazi on the podcast known as CosmoTheGod or Eric Taylor.  He talks to us about his process to reform from malicious social engineer to human firewall for the good. Jan 8, 2018 Contents Download Get Involved Download Ep. 101 – The post Ep. 101 – Flash Bangs: The Reformation of a Social Engineer appeared first on Security Through Education.
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