Category Archives: HTML5

Hackazon, new open source vulnerable web application – Sneak Peak at AppSecUSA

I hope you’ll join me next week at AppSec USA 2014 in Denver as we unveil a new open source vulnerable web application, called Hackazon in interactive group discussion, on Friday September 19th from 8:30am…

How to Overcome the Shortfalls of Web Application Security Scanners when Testing Mobile & Rich Internet Applications

You’ve built a custom rich internet application that is sure to become your business’ next major revenue stream. Conscious of security, you’ve ensured that the native application authenticates to the server, and you’ve run the…

Webcast: SQLInjection Vulnerabilities Hidden in New Places

Why are your applications still suffering from SQL Injection Vulnerabilities? Even though we know so much about SQL Injection, we have a perfect storm brewing for serious security problems in many modern applications. The perfect…

New Report: SQL Injection vulns are hidden in web services (learn how to find them)

In this new report, “The Widening Web Application Security Scanner Coverage Gap in RIA, Mobile and Web Services: Is Your Scanner like the Emperor’s New Clothes?”, Dan Kuykendall and Matthew Cohen of NT OBJECTives cover…