Deployment Strategies: 6 Explained in Depth
For every software development firm, there comes a time when their software will need to be changed or upgraded. It can come in the form of a total version change or fixing a bug found in the original version.Now that the new version is ready, here comes the real task the firm’s DevOps teams must undertake: How do we deploy this new upgrade seamlessly without complicating issues, bearing in mind that the user experience of the end-users is a top priority? Find out in this post from Ukpai Ugochi on Plutora’s blog.
Vue XML External Entities (XXE) Guide: Examples and Prevention
In this article, we’ll address the subject of Vue XML external entities injection. Our goal is to offer you a solid foundation to understand and mitigate XML external entity injection vulnerabilities in Vue and NodeJS. Additionally, we want to help you prepare to implement solutions in your projects. It’s important to note that we’ll be providing mitigation strategies for NodeJS since the bulk of vulnerabilities lie in the back end of applications. Find out more from Juan Reyes on Stackhawk’s blog.
Kotlin Broken Authentication Guide: Examples and Prevention
So, you’ve created a form that works. Did you take the time to consider if it leaves your user open to attacks? As developers, we’re often more concerned with making sure our code works, is maintainable, and is easy to read than fixing bugs. However, if we don’t prioritize security, we leave our applications open to malicious intents. As such, it’s crucial to make security part of our development process. But to do this, we first have to understand the types of threats our apps are open to. In this post on Stackhawk’s blog, Sinazo Bogicevic explains how to defend your Kotlin application against broken authentication.
Guide to Security in Django
With a majority of businesses conducting transactions online, web applications became a valuable asset, and also became a valuable target for malicious actors. Hence, security became more crucial than ever. One of the top web application frameworks and a favorite of developers is Django. Django is a Python-based open-source web framework that allows rapid development. And along with scalability, a strong community and a batteries-included framework (loaded with most of the features required for development), Django also focuses on security. In this post on Stackhawk’s blog, you can look at some security features and libraries that come built into Django
Vue Broken Authentication Guide: Examples and Prevention
In this article on Stackhawk’s blog, Juan Reyes discusses broken authentication in Vue and how to address it effectively in your projects. We’ll start by defining what broken authentication is. Then we’ll explore the two common methods that facilitate broken authentication vulnerabilities. Next, we’ll show you some examples of the most common broken authentication vulnerabilities on the web. Finally, we’ll offer effective mitigation practices. By the end of this article, you can expect to understand the fundamentals of authentication, how broken authentication affects your security, and what you can do about it.
What is Command Injection
In software development, security is paramount, but developers tend to forget to test their applications for vulnerabilities. One such vulnerability is command injection. This blog post on Stackhawk’s blog aims to help developers, testers, and users understand, detect, and avoid command injection vulnerabilities in their applications.
Log4net Configuration: Effective Logging for .NET Applications
Log4net is highly configurable, so you can use it in many scenarios. You can use it across many different types of apps and write to more than a dozen log destinations, from file to network. But because it’s so configurable, it can be a bit daunting to get things just right. This guide on DataSet’s blog will walk you through the log4net configuration options. It’ll start by covering how to install the framework—don’t worry, it’s a breeze! Then, you’ll learn about the different ways in which you can configure it.
Log4j2 in a Maven Project: How to Setup, Configure, and Use
The post on DataSet’s blog starts covering some fundamentals, by giving you a brief overview of both log4j2 and Maven, so you understand better what these tools are all about. Then, we get to the main part of the post, where we give you a step-by-step guide on how to use log4j2 with Maven.
Getting Started Quickly With Symfony Logging
Logging is an important aspect of software development. In fact, in my opinion, it’s just as important as testing. Why? Logs become the only source of truth when things go wrong. That’s why in this post, you’ll learn more about logging, why you’d do it, and how to log using the Symfony framework. Find our more on DataSet’s blog.
Agile Team Structure: How to Design One for Your Enterprise
Agile is one of the most popular and widely accepted modern approaches for software development among technology organizations. It offers an adaptive, iterative, and incremental methodology. The project management team uses the agile model to build and deliver products in uncertain environments, meeting the rapidly changing market condition. But to put the agile model in action on the ground level, you also need a team that can work together conforming to the four values and 12 principles of agile. So, if your team or organization is going agile, it’s essential to understand how to form an agile team with assigned roles and responsibilities. In this post on Testim’s blog, we’re going to look at designing an agile team structure that will be adaptable, responsive, self-manageable, and cross-functional.