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New Apache Struts 2 Zero-Day Vulnerability: What You Need to Know

It has been more than 48 hours since this attack was made public. At this time, hackers are actively exploiting the critical vulnerability and are able to take complete control of web servers. Several sources have been discussing details for exploiting this vulnerability. Rather than focusing on how to exploit it here, we will ensure that you are […]

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5 Questions to Ask Yourself When Deciding on the Best Static Code Analysis Tool

Buying a house is interesting because it forces you to take a look at everything that you may have taken for granted and ignored. Recently, while I was packing my tools in preparation for a move, I realized that I have eight different hammers in my toolbox. Each hammer serves a different purpose and not […]

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