The Armored Code
A blog talking about offensive and defensive security and how to craft software in a secure way
Bypassing HTTP Basic Authentication in PHP application nominated as hacking technique for 2012
Authentication is a cool topic in application security research nowadays. Last April I posted about a real world security assessment activities over a friend of mine PHP powered portal.
13 Dec 2012
Driven by real world task: code reviewing JSP using regular expressions
Nothing but solving a real world problem can help boosting a piece of software to evolve.
03 Dec 2012
Use the Nexpose API to automate report generation and download
In a previous post I talked about Rapid7 Nexpose) vulnerability assessment tool and how you can write some ruby code to search a server by IP address.
30 Nov 2012
Crafting an authentication subsystem that rocks for your Padrino application with Omniauth
Next time you point your browser to a /login url wait a minute before submitting your credentials. There is a complex system you’re going to use when you submit that...
21 Nov 2012
Untold: Owasp Orizon is died and I'm sad of it
In 2006 I started an ambitious project, an opensource SAST engine built in Java I called Owasp Orizon.
20 Nov 2012
The fragile Internet
It was a yesterday’s news that anonymous and other cracker’s crews attacked and defaced large number of corporate websites.
06 Nov 2012
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