Join Emmanuel Henri for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Node.js: Security.
- [Instructor] This course was an exploration…of security best practices with Node.js.…Needless to say, this is a much deeper subject,…and no one course could give it justice.…Always go back to the tools with Explore…to analyze your code, and look for new threats,…and how they impact your code.…Make sure you explore them in OWASP,…and see how it impacts your application.…OWASP should always be your first place to go…for that type of informational.…Always validate that the latest syntax…in your project is secure.…
Finally, security goes beyond just Node.js.…Look into security best practices for other…parts of your code.…We have several courses covering security.…So, do a search in our library related to this subject,…and you'll find a few courses…to help you improve your skills.…Thanks for taking my course,…and I'll see you in a bit.…
- OWASP resources and security threats
- Cross-site scripting and denial of service attacks
- Managing packages in a Node.js app
- Adding two-factor and read-only tokens with npm
- Using prepared statements for SQL/NoSQL
- Encrypting user data and session management
- Adding HTTPS protocol to an application
- Using cookie attributes
- Tools for testing
Skill Level Intermediate
Node.js: Deploying Applicationswith Kirsten Hunter1h 24m Intermediate
Node.js: Debugging and Performance Tuningwith Jon Peck2h 44m Intermediate
1. Security Overview
OWASP top 10 in Node.js2m 22s
2. Best Practices: Packages
3. Best Practices: Data
4. Best Practices: Server Level
5. Tools for Testing
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