Browsers play a role in web application security, but where does their responsibility stop and the developer's start? In this episode, we are going to discuss a few changes happening in the Chrome browser, that change security by default. Listen to the Episode: SameSite Default Chrome has announced a few changes that we need to watch out for in the near future. We previously talked about the default value for samesite that is coming up fast. I wrote about this here: … [Read more...] about Ep. 117: How Browsers are Helping with Security
Many people get confused between brute force attacks and credentials stuffing. To help clear this up, here is a simple description of the two. These are both in regards to the login form only. Brute Force Brute force attacks on the login form consist of the attacker having a defined list (called a dictionary) of potential passwords. The attacker will then try each of these defined passwords with each username the attacker is trying to brute force. Put simply, this is a 1 (username) too many … [Read more...] about What is the difference between Brute Force and Credential Stuffing?