ASW Episode22

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Application Security Weekly #22

Recorded July 2, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • James Wickett
    Head of Research at Signal Sciences.

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    Interview: Thomas GX, Yelda

    Thomas GX
    is the CEO of Yelda.
    He is a French entrepreneur specialized in Automation, AI, Assistants & Bots, handling creation and development as well as project management processes.

    After 3 years dedicated to bots and automation, He is now the CEO of a new start-up, Yelda - your company's virtual assistant. Already backed by business angels and incubated by Telecom Paris, Yelda is growing very fast and is actively hiring developers and data scientists to support our growth.

    Previously, Thomas co-launched Cancoon, a social network for students and he co-founded KRDS, the first Social Media Agency in Europe, today leader in Europe and Asia. As COO, Thomas managed an awarded studio and a world-class level development team which have launched more than 2000 projects.

    He also founded CommitStrip in 2012, the comic strip blog well known by coders.




    Coding Rhapsody


    News

    Bugs, Breaches, and More!

    1.) PHPMyAdmin 4.8.0 ~ 4.8.1 Remote Code Execution

    2.) Gentoo GitHub organization is hacked Status Update page

    3.) Facebook Quiz App Left 120 Million Users’ Data Exposed as Recently as Last Month

    4.) TicketMaster Breached by 3rd party library

    If you build it, they will come

    1.) Bitmain Hashrate Inches Toward 51 Percent

    2.) California enacts "GDPR-Lite" legislation

    3.) New Study Shows You Can Predict Credit Rating From Your Online Tech Fingerprint

    4.) Testing Firefox Monitor, a New Security Tool

    Learning & Tools

    1.) Refactoring in VS Code

    2.) React from Zero

    3.) Sniff network traffic from your iOS device, no jailbreak necessary!

    4.) Deep Exploit

    Food for Thought

    1.) California voters will get to weigh in on daylight saving time in November

    2.) What does it mean to experience fulfillment?

    3.) What 7 Creepy Patents Reveal About Facebook

    4.) PSD vs CSS


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