Ecommerce Website Security Best Practices

ecommerce websites receive anywhere from 200 million to 2 billion visitors in a year. Of course, that is huge when compared to a startup ecommerce website

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CSV Injection with CVS Export Feature

Banking, ecommerce, and a number of other websites increasingly offer spreadsheet export functionality within their applications to help users download .XLS and .CSV but did you know of the CSV Injection risks?

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93 Tips to Secure Website from Hackers

How do you secure website from hackers? Look at some of the expert tips and ensure that hackers stay away from you and your customers.

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My DDoS Story

What is a DDoS? How to stop it? Learn what happened at Fishery of Randomland and how Frank survived a distributed denial of service attack on his website.

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The End of Application Security As You Know It

The current ‘automating everything’ approach for application security shouldn’t be just replaced. It should be buried down under for greater good.

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What Your Web App Security Had Been Missing?

With rising number of security lapses, the question is inevitable. While many companies understand the importance and need of proper web application security infrastructure, they do not know where to look for it.

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‘Badlock’ Bug: Everything You Need to Know

Badlock is referenced for Microsoft Windows by CVE-2016-0128 / MS16-047 (Windows SAM and LSAD Downgrade Vulnerability) and for Samba by CVE-2016-2118 (SAMR and LSA man in the middle attacks possible).

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Securing Startups and New-Age Growth Businesses: The ‘Time, Talent, Cost’ Challenge

In 1996, nine years after the launch of the World Wide Web Project, number of websites had grown to two hundred thousand with a growth of almost 1000% from the last year. People started thinking of getting their business online.

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Take the Security Quiz

Do you know about the recent bank cyber heist attempt in Bangladesh? Apparently, hackers tried to steal $951 million from country’s account at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Although they were not able to get through with all the transactions, $81 million were still transferred in the Philippines.

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All You Need To Know About DROWN Attack

DROWN allows hackers to decrypt browser-server communication in hours to attack servers or/and users. Shockingly, this newly found vulnerability

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