How to Secure eCommerce Platforms?

The best way to secure any web application, including eCommerce platforms, is to discover and fix the bugs as early as possible. In this recorded live coding session, Khaled Yakdan will demonstrate how to efficiently detect security vulnerabilities, within the backend of your web application, using modern fuzzing techniques, e.g. SQL Injections, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), Information Leakage, and Crashes.

In this preview, Khaled explains how software testing can help build trust in eCommerce platforms.

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Learn to efficiently detect security vulnerabilities and bugs in the backend of your web applications using modern fuzz testing.

In this webinar, you will ...

  • Get an overview of modern fuzzing techniques (“feedback-based fuzzing”)
  • Learn how to use dynamic code analysis to detect common security vulnerabilities and bugs (OWASP Top 10), while reducing manual effort
  • Learn how to integrate fuzzing within your agile development processes
  • Learn how to implement continuous fuzz testing yourself

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About the Speaker

Khaled Yakdan is a Co-Founder & Chief Scientist at Code Intelligence. He drives the customer-oriented development of the CI Fuzz testing platform. As a malware analyst, he is an expert in binary code analysis, with over 7 years of experience in reverse engineering and penetration testing.


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