The Armored Code
A blog talking about offensive and defensive security and how to craft software in a secure way
When the vulnerability is not the vulnerability itself
In an ideal world, all projects has good management. Projects needs strong decisions and a clear plan that make people able to build something; this is true for a bridge,...
18 Jul 2013
Create a bot engine in Ruby: the botolo project
There are a lot of tutorials for creating bots on several programming languages and for a lot of web applications.
28 Jun 2013
The Owasp European Tour 2013 hits Italy: 27-28 June 2013
Owasp started an awareness tour this Summer in the most important cities across Europe.
24 Jun 2013
Do you trust you vulnerability assessment?
Web applications rely on server to bring users services. You read this blog and you take care of your web application security very seriously. Maybe you have also web application...
21 Jun 2013
Codesake Dawn: the new security source code scanner for ruby
Prologue It was a dark and stormy night back in 2006 when I started the Owasp Orizon project which I dedicated an ad hoc story on this blog back in...
29 May 2013
Railsberry chronicles: day 2 - The English penetration test (eventually the day I talk to 450+ oustanding developers)
Finally the day I gave the talk is arrived and it’s gone. Going on stage in front a more than 450 talented developers was an astonishing experience. It drove me...
23 Apr 2013
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