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Security's #1 Problem: Economic Incentives
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Dr.T
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9/26/2017 | 2:41:09 PM
Re: New Problem same discussion
This article brings back memories of numerous discussions from 15-20 years ago about how to adhere to the SDLC in the fast paced world of the Internet I would agree. It is an old question without a proper answer yet.
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9/26/2017 | 2:39:30 PM
Re: Great post
Yes, it is a great article pointing out major loop in whole software development process.
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9/26/2017 | 2:38:42 PM
Re: internet sercruits
you all are lasy devs and programers just because a program says it ok doesnt mean ur dont ur job. That might be true, mostly less about laziness more about not having enough time to check and re-check.
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9/26/2017 | 2:37:09 PM
Re: internet sercruits
its very smimple to fix all you have to do is get an audit done and emprove on the ave score 200/400 It makes sense however most audit would not catch most vulnerabilities. It needs to be intensive pen test.
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9/26/2017 | 2:34:42 PM
Software development
I would agree with the article. There has to be a better way to develop application so there is incentive to develop secure applications.
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9/25/2017 | 3:41:11 PM
New Problem same discussion
This article brings back memories of numerous discussions from 15-20 years ago about how to adhere to the SDLC in the fast paced world of the Internet.  I'm not truely sure we ever came up with a solution for that either, reference the iOS 11 update over the weekend.  Security can't be something we leave to the whim of happenstance theory.
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9/25/2017 | 11:17:12 AM
Great post
That is totaly great est post I have seen here) 
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rrwillsher1974,
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9/25/2017 | 10:27:44 AM
internet sercruits
its very smimple to fix all you have to do is get an audit done and emprove on the ave score 200/400. to do this to a score off 400 would stop alot off pppl useing the cracks in programs to do whot ever thay do.

also ppl are not useing a direct attack on ppl but rather useing other ppls web sites we vist as a point off entry ie cookies,poor audit scores, paying for ur padlock form digigroup and not doing your job properly.

you all are lasy devs and programers just because a program says it ok doesnt mean ur dont ur job.
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