Even months after interest in GDPR compliance peaked, some companies are struggling to make sure they comply with this new set of regulations aimed at protecting the privacy and security of European citizens. The regulation applies to businesses anywhere as long as their users are in the EU, and with the highest penalties potentially reaching the millions of euros, they’re right to worry.
After having run thousands of scans on Hackmetrix we can finally say we officially know the 10 most common vulnerabilities we’ve found across every site we scanned.
Let’s get the obvious part of this article out of the way first: if you don’t sanitize your data you’ll always be vulnerable to cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks, no matter what framework you use.
The goal of this article is to show you a few ways that you might become vulnerable to XSS while using Vue, and hopefully, how to prevent them.
Most CTOs today have a software engineering background but have only limited knowledge about securing applications at scale.
What do we do?
If you are reading this, you’ve probably already heard about us, and in this post I do not want to talk about “Who we are” , instead I’d like to talk about How we check the Security Status of your company from the outside with almost no information other than your domain name.