Category: security

DevOps, Programming, Quality, security, Software engineering

Few basic things to plan in your IT project

I just completed reading 2 great books: The DevOps Handbook: How to create world-class agility, reliability, & security in technology organizations and The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win. These awsome books caused that I started thinking about my past projects in terms of what we did wrong and …

.NET, .NET Core, C#, CSharp, Library, Programming, security

Security Code Scan – open source vulnerability patterns detector

Security Code Scan is open source (LGPL v3.0) vulnerability patterns detector for C# (including .NET Core) and VB.NET. It has two installation modes: either as VS extension or as nuget package (SecurityCodeScan). Instead of writing about types of attacks which it can detect – let’s demo it. As a test application, I created API application …

security, Social, Soft skills

Why a human is the weakest link?

Why a human is the weakest link – this thesis was confirmed multiple times in our history. Since ages people tried to protect themself in various ways. In ancient times and in middle ages defensive walls were the best protection. But still the gate and people were the weakest elements. Let’s consider ancient Greece and …