How can I make my applications secure? How can I find, exploit and mitigate security-relevant bugs? And how can I make my code more stable? AOE developer Bastian Ike provides a definition of application security for the participants of AOEconf2017, focusing on software security. He then describes common attack vectors / common classes of bugs – especially with regard to web applications.
Our security expert picked out three of the attack vectors, which he describes in more detail:
Bastian explains why these attack vectors often occur together and therefore describes them from a high-level perspective. He concludes his talk by describing how to prevent these issues – and how to find them in the first place.
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We have all heard the advice: “Think big. Start small. Scale fast!” Unfortunately, many organizations driven by their enterprise IT departments seem to focus only on the “think big”.
AOE press releases
Many medium-sized retailers believe that cybercrime does not affect them because they are too small or too uninteresting. Yet the e-commerce industry is particularly attractive to criminals. IT security can thus quickly become a business issue that web platform operators in particular should have at the top of their agenda (article in German).