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Top web exploits 2023

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top web exploits 2023 JsonWebToken (CVE-2022-23529). ChatGPT (CVE-2023-28858). Apache Superset (CVE-2023-27524). PaperCut NG/MF (CVE-2023-27350). Fortinet FortiOS (CVE-2022-41328). Adobe ColdFusion
The OWASP API Top 10 is a powerful awareness document for web application security that represents a broad consensus about the most critical security risks to web APIs. Here are 10 pieces of
Teaching JavaScript to bug bounty hunters involves focusing on parts of the language and its ecosystem that are commonly associated with security vulnerabilities. Here are 10 examples of JavaScript

SSRF Vulnerability

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This PHP code defines a simple web page that is vulnerable to Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF). Let's break down the code: PHP Configuration: ini_set('allow_url_fopen', '1'); This line sets the
Getting started in the field of cybersecurity involves a combination of education, hands-on experience, and staying updated on the latest developments. Here's a list of top things you can do to
As a developer focusing on cybersecurity and coding, your role is crucial in creating secure and robust software systems. Here are some key aspects you should consider: Secure Coding Practices:

Avoiding burnout in cyber security

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Navigating Burnout in Cybersecurity: A Guide for Professionals In the dynamic sphere of cybersecurity, professionals find themselves at the forefront, combating evolving threats in the digital
Setting Upstream Proxy of ZAP to Burp Suite: Complementing Features for Better Security Testing Introduction When it comes to web application security testing, Burp Suite is a popular tool among