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Password Managers: Friends or Foes?

So, you recently decided to purchase a password manager. It is time to say goodbye to remembering an endless number of passwords or storing your passwords in unsafe locations (please, not on a post-it note on your desk!). Your passwords are safe, and you no longer need to worry about your data becoming compromised. Life

Four Ways AI Poses a Threat to Cybersecurity and How to Protect Yourself

The term “artificial intelligence” (AI) describes a machine’s capacity to carry out operations traditionally performed by intelligent entities like humans or animals. Artificial intelligence (AI) systems are capable of reasoning, problem-solving, generalization, planning, and experience-based learning. 

What is SASE, where is it going, and why does it matter?

The old paradigm of networking in company-specific data centers tied to offices is no longer viable in today’s cloud-based, IoT-heavy, distributed workforce, and as such, SASE was born.

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Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST): Ultimate Guide [2023]

Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) is an Application Security Testing methodology in which the application is tested in operating mode, from the outside-in. As DAST tools don’t have access to the application and API’s source code, they detect vulnerabilities by performing actual attacks, similar to a real hacker. In a sense, DAST tools perform automated penetration testing of your web applications.

Security Breaches: What We Learned in 2022

With global events happening all around us, it’s time to reflect on how the year before us affected the cybersecurity world.

Web Application Testing: Tips & Best Practices

Web application testing is a process that ensures the application is ready to launch without safety concerns and reliability issues. Our main point of concern in web application testing is making sure that the security is up to the standard as security becomes a bigger and bigger issue on the internet with each passing day.

Deserialization Vulnerability: Everything You Need to Know

Deserialization vulnerability, often referred to as insecure deserialization, is a widespread and dangerous form of data theft & security breaches.

7 SSRF Mitigation Techniques You Must Know

Server-side request forgery (SSRF) attacks allow an attacker to trick server-side applications into allowing access to the server or modifying files. SSRF can be successful if the target application reads data from a URL without sanitizing it.