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Remediation of insecure direct object vulnerability

Remediation of insecure direct object vulnerability The exploitation of “insecure direct object vulnerability” occurs when attackers use cookies data, header values, or Wi-Fi packet captures to do tampering. “PID”, “id”, “uid” etc are common types of valuable HTTP parameters whose values can be seen in cookies. Users are the ones who generate the values by…

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Proactive VS Reactive: Why You Need to Take a Proactive Approach to Cybersecurity

Why You Need to Take a Proactive Approach to Cybersecurity Alongside the development of the world, organizations have started to interface more of their processes to cyberspace. A company’s reputation, intellectual property (IP), staff, and customers are at risk of being compromised. To properly protect their assets, enterprise businesses need a solid cybersecurity strategy installed.…

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What is Vulnerability Disclosure Philosophy (VDP)?

What is Vulnerability Disclosure Philosophy (VDP)? Any business launched online in the cyber network is inevitably at risk of vulnerabilities — bugs and issues that can endanger the business infrastructure as well as public information and create irreparable damage. Consequently, many organizations are now using vulnerability rewards programs (VRP) such as Bug Bounties in order…