Explore the OWASP Node.js specific resources and threats.
- [Instructor] Let's continue our exploration…of OWASP with the list of the top 10 threats…on the web.…So let's explore the resources related to node.js as well.…So we'll look at a few of them in details…in the following videos but I wanted to first show you…the top 10 and what links you can go to first.…So go back to OWASP.org,…and then in this particular section click on the top 10 here…And then you should click on the OWASP Top 10 2017 Released.…And you should have a pdf opening.…
So this is a full report of the top 10 threats…on the web and what you can do about it.…So if you wanna scroll down you can take a look…at all the actual threats,…and then what are the documentation around them.…So if you click on the Injection it gives you a lot…of details about this specific attack,…how to prevent it, what are the applications…that are vulnerable and so on so forth.…So this is a good resource to get started…on your security exploration.…So you have broken authentication,…sensitive data exposure, and so on so forth.…
- 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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