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Security Development Lifecycle: SQL Injection Attacks


In an earlier post titled Security Development Lifecycle: Introduction I begun introducing what the Security Development Lifecycle (SDL) represents and as I continue this series I will focus on the SDL model that Microsoft has so graciously provided to the community. Introduction In part 2 of this series I want to focus of SQL Injection and for those of you just getting started it is important to understand what a SQL Injection attack is. Here is what Microsoft has stated: SQL injection is an attack in which malicious code is inserted into strings that are later passed to an instance … Continue reading

Ten Most Critical Web Application Security Risks


I thought it was time to sit down and begin writing a series of articles on the subject of application security for a number of reasons. First, because security should and must be foremost in everyone’s mind and second I have decided to return to school to obtain a Master’s Degree in CyberSecurity. I can think of no better reasons to both educate myself and other surrounding to topic of security. Introduction If you’re not familiar with The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) then I strongly urge you to take time to visit them. The amount of information you … Continue reading

Browser Fuzzing And What It Means


In today’s day and age a great many individuals conduct daily business via web based applications and it is extremely important to understand the risk with web based applications. For example, banking, insurance, and various cloud services that we all hold near and dear to our heart. While vulnerabilities are exist both inside the browser and the application you’re using, it is important to understand that no single party should be held responsible over the other. In fact each party must work together to provide the most secure experience as possible. Mozilla, Chrome, Internet Explorer all work hard to identify … Continue reading