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SAST vs. DAST: 5 Key Differences and Why to Use Them Together

In our last post we talked about SAST solutions and why they are not always the best  solution for AST. In this blog post, we are going to compare SAST to DAST solutions.

Unlocking Seamless Security with Bright’s DAST on the AWS Marketplace

The cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving, and organizations must be agile enough to keep pace. In the realm of application security, Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) has emerged as a critical tool for identifying and remediating application and API vulnerabilities. Bright’s DAST solution, now available on the AWS Marketplace, stands out by offering developer-centric features and seamless integration. 

Unit Testing vs. Integration Testing: 4 Key Differences and How to Choose

Unit testing is a software testing technique where the individual components or units of a product are tested. Integration testing is a software testing approach in which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group.

Why Running DAST in Production is Not a Good Idea

The practice of running DAST in production environments presents multiple risks and challenges that can actually hinder your security goals. Here’s why you should think twice before running DAST scans on a live production system.

Vulnerability Assessment Tools: Key Features and 5 Tools You Should Know

What Are Vulnerability Assessment Tools?  Vulnerability assessment tools are specialized software designed to identify, classify, and prioritize vulnerabilities in computer systems, applications, and network infrastructures. They provide a detailed analysis of the potential points of exploit on a system to help identify the necessary actions to mitigate the risk. By providing insights into the vulnerabilities

Best Practices for Secure Coding in Web Applications

Secure coding refers to the practice of writing software code in a manner that minimizes vulnerabilities and guards against potential cyber threats. It involves adhering to established coding standards, employing robust coding techniques, and leveraging security best practices throughout the software development lifecycle. Secure coding serves as a primary defense against malicious attacks and vulnerabilities

5 Pillars of Cloud Native Security

What Is Cloud Native Security?  Cloud Native Security refers to the practice of safeguarding cloud native  applications. These applications are designed to take advantage of cloud computing’s full potential, leveraging the benefits of scalability, flexibility, and speed. Cloud native applications are typically composed of microservices, packaged in containers, and orchestrated through automated systems. These components

How I bypassed an Imperva WAF and obtained XSS

Summary: Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) is a type of security vulnerability commonly found in web applications. It occurs when a web application allows malicious actors to inject malicious code (usually JavaScript) into web pages viewed by other users. This allows the attacker to execute arbitrary code within the context of another user’s browser, potentially stealing sensitive