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Something Died Inside Your Git Repo: Recognizing the Smell of Insecure Code - Cliff Smith (ShowMeCon 2017) (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Something Died Inside Your Git Repo: Recognizing the Smell of Insecure Code
Cliff Smith
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ShowMeCon 2017
http://www.showmecon.com

Code in need of refactoring is easy to recognize because it has a bad smell. Insecure code often has a distinct smell as well. Using real-world examples, both from the developer,s perspective and the attacker,s perspective, this talk will help you recognize vulnerable code and avoid the mental errors that lead to insecure applications.

Bio: Cliff Smith is an Ethical Hacker at Parameter Security in St. Charles, MO. He wrote his first lines of code more than 20 years ago on a TI-99/4A. Today, he breaks web and mobile applications for a living at Parameter. His work experience includes penetration testing, secure code reviews, compliance audits, web application development, system administration, and law practice for a mid-sized firm in St. Louis.

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