The choice of programming language has a direct impact on how the security of an application should be tested. In this video, learn about some of the most popular programming languages.
- [Instructor] Just like developers have a variety … of development methodologies they have a variety … of programming languages they can turn to. … It reminds me of the Rosetta Stone. … The find that has fascinated both historians … and linguists for centuries. … This stone contained the exact same message carved … in three different ancient languages. … Fast forward around 200 years, swap out the stone … for computer screens and increase the number of possible … languages from three to well over 700. … Now we're talking. … Why is this information important for offline application … security testing? … Because you're going to need to perform source code … security reviews of applications written in those … different languages. … And different languages require different testing tools. … You don't have to be an expert in all 700 plus programming … languages in order to secure them though. … Start with the most popular ones, chances are those … are the ones you'll bump into anyway. … Stick with the 80/20 rule. …
- Security frameworks
- OWASP Top Ten
- Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM)
- Planning your testing projects
- Creating security policies
- Source code reviews
- Application threat modeling
- Offline testing for OWASP Top Ten vulnerabilities
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Leading Practices
2. Security Documentation
3. Source Code Security Reviews
4. Offline Testing for the OWASP Top Ten (2017)
Next steps3m 18s
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