Application Security Weekly #38
Recorded November 5, 2018 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!
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Interview: Daniel Cuthbert, Banco Santander
Daniel Cuthbert is the Global Head of Security Research for Banco Santander. With a career spanning over 20 years on both the offensive and defensive side, he's seen the evolution of hacking from a small groups of curious minds, to organized criminal networks - and even the nation states we see today. He is the original co-author of the OWASP Testing Guide, released in 2003 - and is now the co-author of the OWASP Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS).
Santander Security Research: ASVS
Bugs, Breaches, and More!
1.) A Nasty DHCPv6 Packet can Pwn Vulnerable Linux Boxes
2.) 'Stalkerware' Website Let Anyone Intercept Texts of Tens of Thousands of People
3.) Trivial Bug in X.Org gives Root Permission on Linux and BSD Systems
If you Build It, They Will Come
1.) Why the NSA Called Me after Midnight and Requested my Source Code
2.) Twelve malicious Python libraries found and removed from PyPI
3.) The U.S. Department of Defense Guide for "Detecting Agile BS"
Learning & Tools
1.) NetAssert: Network Security Testing for DevSecOps workflows
2.) HASSH: A profiling method for SSH Clients and Servers
3.) ThreatPlaybook: Threat Modeling as Code
Food for Thought
1.) Twitter should Kill Retweet
2.) Amazon Future Engineer
3.) The God of Random shall decide