web application security

Web application security trends and issues

In this podcast, Mandeep Khera from Cenzic talks about web application security trends and issues. Web applications are the weakest link in the security chain – and it …

Cenzic at a glance

John Weinschenk, President & CEO of Cenzic, talks about the company and their product line. Cenzic is a provider of software, managed service, and cloud security products …

IronBee versus ModSecurity

After spending a couple of weeks talking about IronBee to anyone willing to listen, I have assembled a list of commonly asked questions. Not unexpectedly, the question that …

Web application scanning on a new level

Qualys announced the release of QualysGuard WAS 2.0 with several major enhancements to help customers catalog their web applications on a global scale and scan them for …

Injection attacks tutorial

This episode of the OWASP appsec tutorial series describes the #1 attack on the OWASP top 10 – injection attacks. The video illustrates SQL injection, discusses other …

73% of organizations hacked in the last 2 years

Website attacks are the biggest concern for companies, yet 88 percent spend more on coffee than securing Web applications, according to a survey by Barracuda Networks, Cenzic …

Free guide: Web application security

Vulnerabilities in web applications are now the largest vector of enterprise security attacks. Stories about exploits that compromise sensitive data frequently mention …

Free XSS flaws detection service

Cross-site scripting (XSS) errors are responsible for more than half of all web application vulnerabilities1. So, in this age of accountability and expectations for secure, …