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Aug

Analysing Java Stack Traces and Determining the Open Source Software Version

Stack traces are commonly used for debugging purposes by software developers in order to find what went wrong in the application they are developing. The traces contain useful information and only occur when something goes wrong, unless someone intentionally causes an error.

02

Aug

Reposcanner

Reposcanner is a Python script designed to scan Git repositories looking for interesting strings, such as API keys or hard-coded passwords, inspired by truffleHog.

31

Jul

Umbraco Forms Local File Inclusion

In a recent engagement, I was working on a fairly secure website and I came across an interesting Umbraco content management system (CMS) package called Umbraco Forms.

30

Jun

An introduction to Dionach’s Ransomware Readiness Review

With the recent Ransomware WannaCry attack hitting a big public sector organisation like NHS which was made public by the media, everyone is now paying extra attention to information security.

12

May

An Overview of OWASP Top 10 2017

The release candidate (RC1) version of OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Top Ten Web Vulnerabilities for 2017 has recently been published and it is currently undergoing a public comment period.

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