• Are your developers aware about how to fix vulnerabilites in the code?

    Are your developers aware about how to fix vulnerabilites in the code?

  •  Is your management aware of cyber security risks?

    Is your management aware of cyber security risks?

  • Do you know which vulnerabilities have most impact to your business?

    Do you know which vulnerabilities have most impact to your business?

  • Are you verifying the JavaScript Code you are developing?

    Are you verifying the JavaScript Code you are developing?

  • Are the online transactions of my service under attack?

    Are the online transactions of my service under attack?

  • Are my outsourcers developing Secure Software?

    Are my outsourcers developing Secure Software?

  • Are my Internet facing applications secure?

    Are my Internet facing applications secure?

  • Is your company aware of cyber security risks?

    Is your company aware of cyber security risks?

  • Are you reviewing in depth your business critical application?

    Are you reviewing in depth your business critical application?

  • Are you reviewing in depth your mobile applications?

    Are you reviewing in depth your mobile applications?

  • Have you got a set of secure coding guidelines for all your technologies?

    Have you got a set of secure coding guidelines for all your technologies?

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Beyond Superfish: a Journey on SSL MitM in the Wild

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As a follow up of our Troopers 2015 presentation about CVE-2011-2461 we want to release more details about a real world exploitation scenario targeting Google services.During our large-scale an...

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