Crashtest Security Blog

The importance of web application security during the corona outbreak

Apr 8, 2020 10:30:00 AM / by Janosch Maier posted in DevSecOps, VulnerabilityAssessment, Cybersecurity

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How can you prevent cyber attacks while rapidly changing to a remote work setup?

The challenge for many companies is to change to a remote work setup on a short notice and with limited preparation. What is more, critical internal systems are connected to more publicly available endpoints these days. There are some short-term actions companies can take now - and some more long-term to stay secure in the long-term.

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Crashtest Security Announces new Features to Easily Scan Modern Web Apps

Apr 2, 2020 7:00:00 PM / by Jan Wiederrecht posted in WebApplicationSecurity, DevSecOps, Startup, JavaScriptScanning

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Launch Addresses Agile Security Needs:
Full-blown-SaaS features, Improved and Cleaner Design, JavaScript Scanner

Munich, April 2nd of 2020

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JavaScript Applications: The challenges of automated security testing

Mar 25, 2020 5:00:00 PM / by Janosch Maier posted in WebApplicationSecurity, DevSecOps, JavaScriptScanning

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According to the most recent StackOverflow Developer Survey, JavaScript is the most popular programming language amongst professional developers (69,7%). Most modern apps use this frontend technology to dynamically load content from the backend based on the user behavior or other events.

This blog article will explain the differences between JavaScript (Single Page) and traditional (Multi Page) web applications. Afterwards, we will explain the specific difficulties of Single Page applications (SPAs) from a security perspective. Finally, we will address the challenges of automating security tests for SPAs.

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SecDevOps — No agility without security

Aug 17, 2018 2:29:00 PM / by Leonard Basse posted in DevSecOps

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The concept of DevOps and agility is nothing new for most companies and developers circling the sun. The most well known frameworks (e.g. Scrum, XP etc.) are applied in many development teams and lead to a number of benefits for teams, companies and customers. Evidence shows that agile methods cause better performances in comparison to the outdated waterfall method. For many companies the outdated waterfall method is the largest contributor to project failure. Another problem with traditional step-by-step programming is that products do not exactly meet the demand of customers and need to be redesigned which takes time and costs money. Through DevOps, development teams work closely with the customer and need to adjust fewer things at the end of the project.

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Why Continuous Delivery is Important

Sep 28, 2017 8:22:00 AM / by Janosch Maier posted in DevSecOps

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Good Workflows for the whole company

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Security Best Practices for Start-ups

Sep 25, 2017 11:39:00 AM / by Janosch Maier posted in DevSecOps

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"Without Security you have no Business"

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