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Application Security Vulnerabilities

CVE-2021-37794: XSS to One-Click RCE in FileBrowser

According to its official documentation, “FileBrowser” is an open source file managing interface within a specified directory that can be used to upload, delete, preview, rename, and edit your files. It allows the creation of multiple users, and each user can

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A Developer’s List of Microservices Risks

If you’re a developer today, it’s hard not to love microservices. By adding agility and resiliency to applications, microservices architectures make it easier to build high-performing apps. But a microservices strategy only pays off if you effectively manage the risks

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Chained RaspAP Vulnerabilities Grant Root Level Access

According to its official documentation, “RaspAP” is a wireless router software for many popular Debian-based devices, including the Raspberry Pi. It has a mobile-ready interface that gives the user control over the relevant services and networking options which include advanced DHCP

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On the Road to DevSecOps: Top Three Benefits of CxFlow

Most organizations who are in the process of transitioning to DevOps understand that this new software development methodology is really about a change of corporate mindset, improvements to internal practices, and the usage of development tools that increase an organization’s

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It’s Time to Update Your Drupal Now!

As part of our ongoing mission to help organizations develop and deploy more secure software and applications, and in light of Checkmarx’s expanded insight into the open source security landscape with its recently launched SCA solution, the Checkmarx Security Research

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