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Bugcrowd University to provide hands-on training for security researchers

Bugcrowd announced the launch of Bugcrowd University to educate and empower the crowd with the latest skills and methodologies. The first advanced program of its kind, Bugcrowd University provides researcher education and training to improve the state of application security training, community engagement and content delivery. Bugcrowd University is free and open to all security […]

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Capsule8 secures $15M in Series B round

Capsule8 announced it has secured its $15M Series B round of funding. The round, led by ClearSky Security, also features participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, Rain Capital and strategic investors. The round brings total funding to $23.5M and will be used to scale Capsule8’s engineering organization and fuel sales efforts of the Capsule8 platform. “We […]

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Intertrust and Jscrambler launch joint solution to protect mobile and JavaScript applications

Intertrust Technologies and Jscrambler announced a jointly-sourced product suite App Shield 360 that provides a set of application shielding solutions for both native and JavaScript applications that includes: Jscrambler to provide leading JavaScript web and mobile hybrid application protection against tampering and data theft through JavaScript obfuscation, code traps and software self-defensive technology, Intertrust whiteCryption […]

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Should we add bugs to software to put off attackers?

A group of New York University researchers are testing a new approach to software security: adding more bugs to it instead of removing them. The idea is to “drown attackers in a sea of enticing-looking but ultimately non-exploitable bugs” and waste skilled attackers’ time. This approach is aimed at disrupting the triage and exploit development […]

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Black Hat 2018: Mixed Signal Microcontrollers Open to Side-Channel Attacks

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