Matthew Gast
By Matthew Gast
Posted On February 22, 2018

Cryptojacking, or Why Monero is on Everybody’s Lips Right Now

Application Security | How Things Work | Cryptojacking

There is an incredible diversity of cryptocoins to mine, but many of these so-called “cryptojacking” attacks are targeted at just one, Monero. This.. Read More…
Boris Chen
By Boris Chen
Posted On January 25, 2018

XSS Bug Reports Made Easy

xss | Breaches | How Things Work

When attackers compromise a website with XSS, it is important to understand what actually happened leading up to the exploit, as well as information on.. Read More…
Paul Callahan
By Paul Callahan
Posted On November 09, 2017

Stopping Command Injection Attacks by Instrumenting Application Runtimes

Application Security | How Things Work | Command Injection

Command injection (CMDi) attacks are suspected to be behind several high-profile data breaches recently.  Read More…
William Saar
By William Saar
Posted On June 01, 2017

Trusting Agents with Rust

Application Security | Engineering | How Things Work | Runtime Protection

Mozilla created Rust in response to security vulnerabilities in programs developed in the memory-unsafe languages C/C+ with the goal to achieve a.. Read More…
Blake Livingston
By Blake Livingston
Posted On May 10, 2017

Simplifying Account Takeover Protection

Account Takeover | Fraud | How Things Work | How-To

Account takeover (ATO) is difficult to prevent against because it can go unnoticed for years until a customer notices something is amiss. It’s tedious.. Read More…
Garrett Held
By Garrett Held
Posted On April 27, 2017

3 Simple Ways to Approach Content Security Policy

Application Security | Content Security Policy | How Things Work

In the 2 previous posts about Content Security Policy, we talked about the main reasons why you need to get started with CSP and the common problems.. Read More…
Garrett Held
By Garrett Held
Posted On April 20, 2017

Content Security Policy: Newer CSP Directives & Common Problems

Application Security | Content Security Policy | DevOps | How Things Work

Content-Security-Policy (CSP) Versions 2.0 & 3.0 Content Security Policy is still very dynamic in its definitions. Reporting is handled differently and.. Read More…
Garrett Held
By Garrett Held
Posted On March 30, 2017

Top 3 Reasons to Get Started with Content Security Policy

Content Security Policy | Cross-Site Scripting | How Things Work

Content Security Policy (CSP) was proposed to assist the browser in determining what elements are approved, both in the page and loaded via reference.. Read More…
Michael Feiertag
By Michael Feiertag
Posted On March 16, 2017

Why tCell?

How Things Work | Runtime Protection | Web Application Firewall

Short answer: I am worried about security and I care about innovation. Boris and I got together in late 2014 because we saw the same problems that no.. Read More…
Joe Shockman
By Joe Shockman
Posted On March 08, 2017

Welcome to the Cloud; What Happened to the Perimeter?

AWS | How Things Work | Runtime Protection | Web Application Firewall

Back in the day... When you built out your infrastructure you'd rent data center space, build your network, drop in some nice hardware, load balancers,.. Read More…

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