Java Serialisation - the gift that keeps on taking (Part 3)

By Steve Poole on July 02, 2022 Cybersecurity

7 minute read time

part 3 java serialisation deep dive gadget chains and denial of service attacks
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Wicked Good Development: Vulnerability Drills - the Intention, Habit, and Impact

By Kadi Grigg on July 01, 2022 Software Supply Chain

27 minute read time

To prepare for the unexpected, check your code and run vulnerability drills to create muscle memory for engineering teams and build better software.
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This Week in Malware—Python Cryptominers, 345 Dependency Confusion Packages

By Ax Sharma on July 01, 2022 vulnerabilities

17 minute read time

This week's highlights include a PyPI typosquat that drops a cryptominer and AWS credential stealer, along with an influx of 345 dependency confusion packages caught by Sonatype's automated malware
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Detecting Inclusive Language in My Codebase with Sonatype Lift

By Theresa Mammarella on June 27, 2022 DevZone

3 minute read time

Tutorial for automatically detecting language that is not inclusive in open source projects.
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This Week in Malware—show me your secrets!

By Ax Sharma on June 24, 2022 vulnerabilities

3 minute read time

These Python packages not only exfiltrate your secrets—AWS credentials and environment variables but rather upload these to a publicly exposed endpoint.
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Python packages upload your AWS keys, env vars, secrets to the web

By Ax Sharma on June 23, 2022 vulnerabilities

5 minute read time

Multiple Python packages caught by Sonatype were seen uploading secrets such as AWS keys and environment variables to a web endpoint.
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This Week in Malware—killing Windows Defender with an npm package

By Ax Sharma on June 17, 2022 vulnerabilities

3 minute read time

This Week in Malware we discuss a malicious npm package that disables Windows Defender before dropping a trojan, and ongoing dependency confusion findings.
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CVE-2022-31289: Neither Bug nor Vulnerability

By Michael Prescott on June 16, 2022 vulnerability

3 minute read time

A recent report of a Nexus Repository vulnerability is not a security concern and no software update is required. A look at issue and similar concerns.
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What's new with Java? A discussion with the London Java Community

3 minute read time

What's new with Java? Musings from the recent London Java Community event, Including insight on Java 11 and Java 17 migration, Static Java, UI technology.
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