Podcasts

  • Agile development methodologies -- Podcast

    This recording from Venkat Subramaniam's presentation at 2007 The Server Side Java Symposium in Las Vegas looks at different agile software development methodologies, then compares and contrasts the features of each.

  • Black, gray and white box testing explained -- Podcast

    Security is critical when operating a Web application. Black, gray and white box tests are three tests you can conduct to ensure an attacker can't get to your application. In this podcast, Jennette Mullaney refers to information from Dan Cornell, principal for the Denim Group, and Brad Arkin formerly from Symantec, to explain how the black, gray and white box tests differ and the advantages and disadvantages to each one. Jennette also reviews how to select a testing methodology.

  • How source code analysis improves application security

    New application vulnerabilities are disclosed daily. Many of them, however, can be discovered and resolved through source code analysis. Learn how in this podcast with Denim Group's Dan Cornell.

  • Tips and tricks on Ajax security

    Ajax security can be achieved by following the proper guidelines. In this podcast, expert Caleb Sima explains why Ajax is not inherently insecure, which tools work and which don't, and how to safely deploy Ajax.

  • Injection attacks -- Knowledge and prevention

    SQL injection is recognized as a major threat to application security, but what about other injection attacks? SPI Dynamics' Caleb Sima dissects these exploits and offers straightforward prevention techniques in this podcast.

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