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The total number of vulnerabilities in Web applications reported by researchers jumped to 17,142 in 2018, climbing more than 21% compared to the previous year and driven in part by the large number of flaws found in Web applications and application programming interfaces. Popular content management system (CMS) WordPress had the most reported vulnerabilities, with […]

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Application security is the process of making apps more secure by finding, fixing, and enhancing the security of apps. Much of this happens during the development phase, but it includes tools and methods to protect apps once they are deployed. This is becoming more important as hackers increasingly target applications with their attacks. Application security […]

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#yahoo has open-sourced Gryffin, a #scanning platform for #web applications. The developers’ goal was to create a security scanner that will be able to both discover as much of the application footprint as possible (crawl phase), and to test the various parts of it for specific #vulnerabilities (scan phase). What makes Gryffin special is the […]

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