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The Journey to the New and Improved Ten Most Critical Web Application Security Risks It was not too long ago that protecting your web server infrastructure consisted of simply placing the server(s) in their own zone behind the firewall and just opening a couple of ports. Outside of endpoint protection, that was pretty much the formula. That, however, was in a static HTML world. Today, thanks to the fruition of the web application and how it…

by bo0om, Wallarm Research I’ve previously published an article about using Safari to compromise a computer file system. Unfortunately, there are more issues with Safari as we are now finding out. In this post, we will take a look at the possibility of a XSS exploit and a cookie compromise stemming from “unusual” Safari behavior. Normal browsers and their DNS requests. What does a browser do to open a web page? First, it sends a…

Understanding Your Monthly Security Reports When we first starting a conversation with our prospects, we are frequently asked, “Just how will I know that Wallarm is working?” To help answer that, let’s take a look at the report we sent to one of our customers last week to understand what kind of threats Wallarm defends agains. Wallarm customers get this kind of detailed report weekly — just to keep track of the state of affairs. In addition, they…