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Application Security

4/27/2017
02:30 PM
Jeff Williams
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New OWASP Top 10 Reveals Critical Weakness in Application Defenses

It's time to move from a dependence on the flawed process of vulnerability identification and remediation to a two-pronged approach that also protects organizations from attacks.

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4/28/2017 | 11:25:46 AM
simple awareness
 

I think this is one of the objective of OWASP Top Ten, providing awareness.
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4/28/2017 | 11:25:30 AM
Underprotected APIs
 

I like this, we do use more APIs then ever today.
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4/28/2017 | 11:22:56 AM
Insufficient Attack Protection
 

Maybe this should be named as Insufficient Attack Prevention, so it is detected before it happens. 
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4/28/2017 | 11:19:33 AM
OWASP Top 10
 

I keep eye on it however it does not apply to all the projects.
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