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The Hacker Mind Podcast: Going Passwordless

Robert Vamosi
January 19, 2022

Passwords are everywhere, but they probably weren't intended to be used as much as they are today. Is there something more secure? Something better? Yes. Simon Moffatt from CyberHut joins The Hacker Mind to discuss how identity and access management (IAM) is fundamental to everything we do online today, and ...

The Roles of SAST and DAST and Fuzzing in Application Security

Editorial Staff
January 12, 2022

This blog post provides a general overview of the roles and importance of Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) and Static Application Security Testing (SAST) in Application Security Testing (AST), as well as how fuzzing fits into this picture.

The Hacker Mind Podcast: A Hacker From Hollywood

Robert Vamosi
January 05, 2022

This is the story of a film star who connected the simple concept behind a player piano to complex communication technology in use in our devices today. Hedy Lamarr is perhaps best known as the most beautiful woman in world but she was also a genius.

The Hacker Mind Podcast: Fuzzing Message Brokers

Robert Vamosi
December 17, 2021

Fuzzing makes it possible to locate vulnerabilities even in “safe” environments like Erlang, a language designed for high availability and robust services. Jonathan Knudsen from Synopsys joins The Hacker Mind to discuss his presentation at SecTor 2021 on fuzzing message brokers such as RabbitMQ and VerneMQ, both written in Erlang, ...

Why The Next-Generation Of Application Security Is Needed

David Brumley
December 15, 2021

From driverless cars to cryptocurrency, software reimagines possibilities. With software standing at the core of everything we do, we find ourselves pushing out code faster than ever. As we continue to accumulate security debt and struggle to solve the cybersecurity workforce shortage, it becomes clear that we’re living on borrowed security time.

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