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  • Salesforce Says, "Yes," To MFA

    Aaron Bailey - Jan. 11, 2022

    "You know how we tell the good guys from the bad guys? The bad guys shoot at us." Rick Yancey learned this from his father, a concept that can be applied to the cyber world. The "bad guys" are fi… Read More

  • The Passwordless Future

    Micah Snabl - Nov. 09, 2021

    For a long time in the world of computers, "security" has nigh been synonymous with "passwords". "Make complex passwords." "Don't share your passwords." "A member of our staff will never ask you … Read More

  • Open Source in Application Development: Safe or Total Thermal Nuclear War?

    Mike Johnson - Oct. 19, 2021

    Are open-source software tools safe to use in application development? Probably...Sometimes...It Depends. Truthfully, it is challenging for a general consumer to know if a developer has knowingly… Read More

  • Don't Trust Users: Application Security Basics

    Micah Snabl - May. 11, 2021

    When it comes to application security, it pays to be a cynic. When developing a tool, it is quite easy to focus on all of the things it is supposed to accomplish. The converse is of similar impor… Read More

  • A Letter to Cybersecurity from an Application Developer

    Mike Johnson - Apr. 20, 2021

    Dear Cybersecurity, I don't get you. I thought we were going to be good friends instead, you hang out with all my other friends. You've changed, I don't recognize you anymore. I know we haven't a… Read More

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