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Running DAST in CI/CD for Regression Testing

In the fast-paced field of software development, ensuring applications remain functional and secure through updates is essential. Regression testing, which checks that new code doesn't harm existing features, is key. Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) tools play a crucial role here. They identify security flaws in active web applications. This article explores the importance of DAST tools, integration, and enhancement in regression testing.

Secure your code and protect your data flows with Riscosity and Semgrep

Semgrep is a leading static application security testing (SAST) tool powered by an open-source community for surfacing bugs, discovering vulnerabilities, and enforcing code standards. Semgrep has scanned over 75 million packages, contributed to 2000 community rules, and supports over 30 coding languages. Riscosity is the leading data flow observability and security platform. This is why we’re excited to announce Ricosity’s new integration with Semgrep.

Why MobSF Isn't Ideal for Application Security Testing?

Mobile Security Framework (MobSF), launched by OWASP in 2015, is a partially automated, open-source, all-in-one mobile application (Android/iOS/Windows) pen-testing framework capable of performing static, dynamic, and malware analysis. MobSF is one of the most widely used security applications where the testing framework - a simple, flexible, and incredibly powerful tool has quickly become the lingua franca of security. The flexibility and accessibility of the tool are helpful but also dangerous.

Top 8 Cybersecurity Trends for 2024

In 2023, cyberthreats increased and diversified, resulting in increased security challenges for organizations around the globe. Meanwhile, AI greatly increased its presence in the realm of cybersecurity. It’s time to look ahead and focus on the anticipated cybersecurity threats and trends in 2024. What can we expect from threat actors and security specialists in the upcoming year? Read on and find out!

Redefining SAST: When AppSec Meets Developer Experience

Today, the speed and quality of software delivery are more critical to business success than ever. This highlights the importance of integrating security within the development lifecycle to maintain high velocity. In the ongoing race to extract business value from software and technology, the agility and efficiency of development teams are vital. Static Application Security Testing (SAST) plays a key role in this context, providing a vital tool for secure development.

A Getting Started Guide to Veracode DAST Essentials

Web applications are one of the most common vectors for attacks, accounting for over 40% of breaches, according to Verizon's Data Breach Report. Dynamic application security testing (DAST) is a crucial technique used by development teams and security professionals to secure web applications in the software development lifecycle.

Quality > Quantity: How to Get the Most Out of SAST

Static Application Security Testing (SAST) has a bit of a bad reputation. SAST tools can produce an overwhelming number of alerts and security teams, having often come from networking backgrounds, don’t always fully understand the alerts that they are passing on to developers for fixes. This can cause the relationships between the teams to sour, as developers often perceive this work as pointless and holding them back from working on their primary responsibilities like new features.

Step-by-Step: Integrating SAST into Your Development Workflow

When it comes to software development, prioritizing security is essential. Static Application Security Testing (SAST) plays a key role in this by thoroughly analyzing your source code to identify potential vulnerabilities. It's like having a constant code reviewer focused on security, ensuring that your application is protected from the earliest stages of development.