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Apache Shiro Part 1 – Basics

Apache Shiro, originally called JSecurity, is Java security framework. It was accepted and became Apache top level project in 2010. It aims to be powerful and easy to be used. The ...
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Secure Password Storage – Don’ts, dos and a Java example

The importance of storing passwords securelyAs software developers, one of our most important responsibilities is the protection of our users’ personal information. Without ...
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Building security into a development team

Getting application developers to understand and take responsibility for software security is difficult. Bootstrapping an Appsec program requires that you get the team up to speed ...
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AppSensor – Intrusion Detection

Imagine that you have created a nice web application and secured it to your best. Users came, used it and everything was OK until someone stumbled upon vulnerability in your application ...
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Application Security at Scale

This week’s SANS AppSec conference in Las Vegas took on Application Security at Scale: how can we scale application security programs and technologies to big organizations, to small ...
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Secure Encryption in Java

Last time I wrote about cryptography, I outlined Apache Shiro crypto API and shown how to use its two symmetric ciphers. I also wrote that “You do not need more to encrypt and ...
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Drools Guvnor – Manage access

Externalize business or technical rules is very important for scalable applications but the BRMS service access should be managed. guvnor provides control UI access and operations using ...
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Investigating the HashDoS issue

Nearly one month ago I have written some thoughts on how the HashDoS problem presented at the 28C3 or other code defects could perhaps be fixed temporarily without interaction of vendors. Now ...
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Introduction to Strong Cryptography

One thing that amazes me is that the most developers are not familiar with strong cryptography. In my career, I’ve seen all sort of mistakes that lead to leaked data, guessable passwords, ...
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Essential Attack Surface Management

To attack your system, to steal something or do something else nasty, the bad guys need to find a way in, and usually a way out as well. This is what Attack Surface Analysis is all ...
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