Feb 22, 2022
Lots of web hacking can be done directly from the browser. Throw in a proxy like Burp plus the browser's developer tools window and you've got a nearly complete toolkit. But nearly complete means there's still room for improvement. We'll talk about the tools to keep on hand, setting up practice targets, participating in bug bounties, and more resources to help you learn along the way! Then, this week in the Application Security News: RCE in Cassandra, why pixelization isn't good redaction, Rust's compiler is friendly, Edge adds arbitrary code guard to its WASM interpreter, & the difference between secure code and a secure product (as demonstrated by a DAO)
For tips on labs beyond just appsec, be sure to check out the Security Weekly webcast on "Do It Yourself: Building a Security Lab At Home" at https://securityweekly.com/webcasts/do-it-yourself-building-a-security-lab-at-home/
Segment resources: - https://www.darkreading.com/careers-and-people/want-to-be-an-ethical-hacker-here-s-where-to-begin
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