Database Security – A Pentester’s Notes
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One of the most prevalent issues that continue to vex application developers is weaknesses in database security that open us to exploit.  Database security is a broad subject, and I will not cover all the security issues here but want to provide context and understanding around some of the more comment vulnerabilities. In this blog, […]

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Dashing Dashboard and Showing Off Those Project Metrics

When managers are deciding how to allocate funds and resources on a project, their first request is usually for metrics. With so much data floating around, the message may end up lost, or worse, misinterpreted. Tools such as SonarQube and Jenkins do display such information, but in a way that is often too detailed or […]

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