An Organizational View on Application Security

When it comes to integrating application security into an (especially large) organization, we often experience a bunch of practical problems and frustration. In the end, a lot of money may have been spent, but little or no improvement to the security of developed applications has been accomplished. The main problem that organizations made is that … Read more

Additional Object Security with UUIDs

One of the most critical vulnerabilities a Web application can have is an insecure direct object reference. Such vulnerability normaly exists due to an (usually database) object id that an user can directly access and manipulate (and!) that is not authorized correctly. An example that we often see is something like this: http(s)://www.example.com?id=123 or within … Read more