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Web Application Security Blog

What You Need to Know About Security for Python, Ruby, and Node.JS

POSTED BY  Mike Milner on Oct 06, 2016
Oct 06 2016

Software development organizations are embracing dynamic platforms such as Python, Ruby on Rails, and Node.JS because of the imperative to develop and release applications quickly. These organizations need effective web application security...

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TOPICS     Nodejs  Ruby on Rails  Python

Securing Ruby on Rails Web Apps: What You Need to Know

POSTED BY  Mike Milner on Sep 15, 2016
Sep 15 2016

Ruby on Rails is a popular framework for web applications, built on the dynamic Ruby programming language. Estimates indicate that a quarter of a million websites use it, including Airbnb, Basecamp, Groupon, Hulu, and Slideshare. Developers love...

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TOPICS     Vulnerabilities  RASP  Ruby on Rails

Will it Pwn? CVE-2016-6316

POSTED BY  Ajin Abraham on Sep 01, 2016
Sep 01 2016

Rails is again affected by a major CVE, a potential cross-site scripting vulnerability (XSS) arising from a flaw in Rails’ ActionView component. The ID of the newly-identified CVE is CVE-2016-6316.

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TOPICS     AppSec Tools  RASP  Web Application Security  Ruby on Rails