Recorded November 8, 2017
Secure Development Lessons from Purposely Insecure Applications
Security pros and developers often use insecure apps to teach or demonstrate application vulnerabilities. Previously, there hasn't been a 'secure' example application for developers to model from.
Let's change that. In this Modern Security Series Episode, we get hands on with the latest insecure applications. Join Jason White as he provides live examples and lessons learned from hacking multiple insecure applications, including WebGoat and more.
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About This Modern Security Series Episode
Security pros and developers often use insecure apps to teach or demonstrate application vulnerabilities. The main activity is 'hacking' or showing how exploiting a given vulnerability works. WebGoat was (as far as we know) the first purposely insecure app for teaching web application security. Many other goats' can have also come about and now we even have a Juice Shop. Until now, there is no purposely secure [example] application for developers to model from. So, let's work with what we have and pull out some some secure coding and secure SDLC lessons from the insecure applications.