principle of least privilege

Putting the Principle of Least Privilege to Work for Web Apps

Thursday, September 24, 2020

With an ever-increasing proportion of day-to-day work on the desktop occurring in the form of web-based applications, organizations need to rethink how those applications work. They also need to examine – and in some cases tighten up – how web-based apps (or rather, the processes within which they operate) make use of privileges and access …

Codesonar update

Latest Version of CodeSonar Improves on C++ Analysis, MISRA Support; Introduces Subcommands for DevSecOps and More

Thursday, September 17, 2020

The latest version of GrammaTech CodeSonar, Version 5.4, continues our commitment to being the go-to provider for static application security testing (SAST) and the static analysis tool of choice for improving software safety, security and quality. This release has several new features as well as compatibility updates, and other improvements. This release has several new features …

Visual Studio tips

Top 10 Visual Studio Refactoring Tips

Wednesday, September 09, 2020

With the version 2019 Visual Studio is now mature when it comes to refactoring. This post proposes a tour of the top 10 most used refactoring actions in my opinion. ) Renaming an Identifier With Ctrl+R,R you can rename any code identifier: a variable, a field, a class… The renaming experience is pretty clean when only one …

web app security

The Cyberthief’s New Best Friend: Web Apps

Thursday, September 03, 2020

Web apps are now one of the top favorites—if not the absolute favorite—means of attack by cyberthieves, based on the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report, which examined 41,686 security incidents, including 2,013 confirmed data breaches. The data came from 73 sources of data accessed by the carrier, only seven of which were internal to …