Application security bugs and issues, a pentesters perspective.
In this lecture, I will focus on my experiences with security issues and bugs found in the wild from my perspective as a consulting penetration tester and security architect for some companies, We will show a couple of interesting classes of security issues found in the wild, and will focus on some interesting organizational points. This lecture should be useful for developers and project managers.
Do you really need WebSockets?
Over the years I've had this conversation a couple of times. People use WebSockets without knowing what they are, why they are doing it and what alternatives exist. This talk will cover all mentioned topics.
Previous server-side talks
Mar 14, 2018
Nitpicking terminology: are we using the right terms?
So you think you can test?
Jan 17, 2018
Chasing the Ghost
PGP for Everyday Use
Nov 6, 2017
Introduction to Elixir and Phoenix
What's special about Elixir?
Sep 20, 2017
Where's the business logic?
Zero-downtime datacenter failovers
May 17, 2017
Tmux, or how to organize your teminal sessions
Load more talks
Apr 19, 2017
JSON API Do's & Dont's
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