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
What is the difference between Brute Force and Credential Stuffing?
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?