Security assesment of mobile applications (iOS, Android) | DCIT
Security assesment of mobile applications (iOS, Android). Security assesment of mobile applications. With the expansion of the functionality of smartphones and rapid penetration of their operating area into the world of the Internetand the serious application-banking (smart banking) or financial services, the mobile application edge ahead into the focus of professional attackers primarily targeted at a profit. Anatomy of a Mobile Attack. Attacks on the browser. Attacks on the application. Testing of mobi...
Information security consulting and management services
We act as trusted advisors who help organizations better understand and minimize overall risk across IT assets, so they can focus on what-s important – their core business. Industry & Community Affiliations. Industry & Community Affiliations. Praetorian is a proud corporate sponsor. Learn more at www.owasp.org. Learn more at www.issa.org. Since its inception, ISACA has become a pace-setting global organization for information governance, control, security and audit professionals. Its IS auditing and ...
Security Testing | ELEKS
Ultimate Quality - Proven Testing Services. Elevate your customer’s experience while maintaining high-level quality with our ISTQB-certified experts. Specializing in QA and Testing for desktop, web, and mobile, ELEKS has successfully delivered multiple testing projects over the past 20 years. Holistic Security Strategy - Gaining Ultimate Efficiency. We apply the latest methodologies to effectively opt for the appropriate testing strategy while adjusting to your requirements. We will conduct an investigat...
Virtual Currency Application Security - Stan Carney
Virtual Currency Application Security. Virtual Currency Application Security. Posted by Stan Carney. On Apr 11, 2014 in Bitcoin. Etc…. The information has always been out there but application developers (sadly) aren’t normally thinking about security. ‘Throwing a firewall’ in front of it just won’t cut it; especially when it means a compromise could cost you the contents of your hot wallet and your dignity, if you are lucky. It is titled Virtual Currency Application Security. April 16, 2014. On the humo...
Reviews | cs diary
Mostly useless crap from me. Ajax Security by Billy Hoffman and Bryan Sullivan. Writing books is a hell on the social life, and I can’t imagine how many all-nighters they pulled to get this out the door. So onto my mini-review. Is it just a re-hash of old presentations? With much of the discussed techniques. This entry was posted in Reviews. October 15, 2007. On Marketing – first against the wall when the revolution comes. On Securing WordPress with obfuscation. Ahmed on Installing Fedora 18 (RTM) to VMW...
McAfee SiteAdvisor Software – Website Safety Ratings and Secure Search
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ACG 6415 - Resources
Skip to main content. Get your Wikispaces Classroom now:. The easiest way to manage your class. Syllabus - Fall 2016. Schedule - Fall 2016. Security in the News. A Strong Password Generator. GRC's Interactive Brute Force Password Search Space Calculator. Zxcvbn: realistic password strength estimation. TCP and UDP Port Numbers. Internet Control Message Protocol. Ping and Traceroute from within UCF. Open Web Applications Security Project. Reporting Computer, Internet-related, or Intellectual Property Crime.
97% of U.S. Banks and Credit Unions Allow Clickjacking Fraud. 44% Don't Even Use SSL.
Do You Want To Be A Master? 97% of U.S. Banks and Credit Unions Allow Clickjacking Fraud. 44% Don’t Even Use SSL. First off, we’re reluctant to release this information. Because we know that it might:. Possibly increase fraud in the short term. Piss off 97% of our possible clients. Make us look like security gurus (which we’re not). And freely gave it away to help educate organizations about how their online presence can make an impact to their bottom line – sounds noble right? That’s when we found...