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    JuiceShop Workshop in less than 5 minutes
    Training  |  application security  |  OWASP  |  AWS  |  IaC  |  JuiceShop  |  Containers  |  AWS_ECS  |  workshops  |  Vagrant  |  AWS-CDK
    Have you ever deployed 10-30 containers in AWS with the single stroke of a key? (well if you don’t ...
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    How to Obfuscate Strings in Rust the Easy Way Using the litcrypt Crate
    application security  |  programming  |  rust  |  Obfuscate  |  litcrypt
    Overview Static strings in a binary can make the life easier for reverse engineers, be those ...
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    Application Security 202: Vulnerabilities Accepted
    vul·ner·a·bil·i·ty The quality or state of being exposed to the possibility of being attacked or ...
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    (Not So) Quick Bites - Episode 3 - Writing About Writer's Block
    Deliverables  |  consulting  |  application security  |  Secure Ideas  |  cybersecurity  |  methodology  |  Project  |  Writing  |  Quick Bites
    So, sometimes I have a real problem with writing, specifically reports and blog posts. Somehow, ...
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    How to allow multiple RDP sessions
    The goal of this article is to walk through how to set up a Windows host to allow multiple remote ...
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    Hunting Secrets
    Applications are hemorrhaging sensitive data. In many cases, the culprit is marketing and analytics ...
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    Ensuring Web Security via Ansible (Apache)
    NOTE: even though this will require Ansible, you can run this on any operating system contrary to ...
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    Why your application needs a Content Security Policy (And How to Build One)
    As a web application owner, it is crucial to understand the concept of a content security policy ...
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    Quick Bites Episode 2 - HTTP Security Headers and Why You NEED Them
    Hi everybody! So, after some feedback about the last “quick” Quick Bites (thanks Josh!), I’ve ...
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    Privilege Escalation via File Descriptors in Privileged Binaries
    Today I wanted to cover an application security topic that applies to SetUID binaries. As we all ...
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