On August 8, 2018 I will be presenting DeepViolet, a TLS/SSL scanning API & tools at the Black Hat conferences event in Las Vegas. The project is divided in two code repositories, DeepViolet
the primary Java code API, and DeepVioletTools
which is a command line tool and desktop application or reference cases demonstrating the API’s usefulness.
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Interested to make easy work keeping your projects 3rd party dependencies up to date? If so, push the easy button and read on.
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Donald Smith from Oracle’s Java Platform Group announces Java SE Subscriptions in a recent blog post. Key points point for security as I see them …
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50% off @ManningBooks early access book (June 21): “Securing DevOps: Safe Services in the Cloud” by Julien Vehent @jvehent. Purchased my copy.
Today Jim Manico (Twitter:@manicode) was nominated and announced a Java Champion. Jim is the founder and leader of Manicode, a software security training company. So why do I think this is amazing?
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Insert a unique token like the following into your page and see who references it on the Internet,
To generate your own unique reference you can do something like the following,
echo -n yourname | shasum -a256
Replace the “yourname” string with anything sort of random and you will receive your own hash you can place into your page. I’m not suggesting any of this is new or novel I’m just interested to see if this shows up in search results. Enjoy!