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* [https://www.zerodayinitiative.com/blog/2020/1/21/pwn2own-miami-2020-schedule-and-live-results Pwn2Own Miami -- Schedule and Live Results] show just how profitable deserialization, information leaks, and out-of-bounds flaws are.
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* [https://www.csoonline.com/article/3516093/insecure-configurations-expose-ge-healthcare-devices-to-attacks.html Insecure configurations expose GE Healthcare devices to attacks] demonstrate more simple flaws with high impacts.
  
 
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* [https://www.darkreading.com/cloud/nsa-offers-guidance-on-mitigating-cloud-flaws/d/d-id/1336871 NSA Offers Guidance] on [Mitigating Cloud Vulnerabilities Mitigating Cloud Vulnerabilities] across four major classes of misconfiguration, poor access control, shared tenancy vulnerabilities, and supply chain vulnerabilities that represent the majority of known vulns.
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* [https://www.microsoft.com/security/blog/2020/01/23/azure-security-benchmark-90-security-compliance-best-practices-azure-workloads/ Azure Security Benchmark—90 security and compliance best practices for your workloads in Azure]
  
 
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* [https://research.nccgroup.com/2020/01/24/tool-release-enumerating-docker-registries-with-go-pillage-registries/ Tool Release – Enumerating Docker Registries with go-pillage-registries] for pentesters searching for useful information.
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* [https://www.darkreading.com/deconstructing-web-cache-deception-attacks-theyre-bad-now-what/a/d-id/1336845 Deconstructing Web Cache Deception Attacks] is another class of problems like HTTP Response Smuggling that takes advantage of inconsistencies in systems that handle web traffic. Check out [https://seclab.ccs.neu.edu/static/publications/sec2020wcd.pdf their research] for even more details.
  
 
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Revision as of 06:03, 27 January 2020

Recorded January 27, 202 at G-Unit Studios in Rhode Island!

Episode Audio

Hosts

  • Mike Shema
    is the Product Security Lead of Square.
  • John Kinsella
    is the Vice President of Container Security for Qualys.
  • Matt Alderman
    CEO at Security Weekly, Strategic Advisor, and Wizard of Entrepreneurship
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    Interview: Jack Butler, Guardsquare

    Jack Butleris the Solutions Engineer of Guardsquare.

    John Butler is a presales engineer at GuardSquare. Before joining GuardSquare, John worked as a security consultant, providing network and web application penetration testing. He holds several certifications in offensive security and is an active OWASP

    Segment Topic:
    Dynamically protecting mobile applications with RASP

    Segment Description:
    Mobile applications are a rapidly growing attack surface and the tools and techniques being used to compromise these environments are constantly evolving. As the provider in mobile application protection mapping to two out of 10 security risks found in the OWASP Mobile Top 10, Guardsquare is most effective in providing advanced detection for on-device and off-device attacks. Guardsquare’s RASP library adds resilience and prevents a vast array of dynamic attack vectors by providing detection for indicators of threat and compromise, including hooking, jailbreaking, rooting, code tampering - as well providing obstruction for debugger and emulator attachments of all types.



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