Application Security Tips Part One–Threat Modeling

I feel that it is important to lay the foundation of a topic before digging into the details. With that in mind, I’ve chosen to introduce threat modeling at the first part of this series. Threat modeling is still a skill I am mastering, so I’m sure new and inexperienced developers likely don’t really know …

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Application Security Tips for New Developers–Series Introduction

The global financial messaging system, SWIFT, was the victim of an $81 million cyber heist from a Bangladeshi bank due to shoddy security. LinkedIn had 117 million accounts stolen from its databases. Tumblr got hacked and had 65 million accounts leaked. The browser company Opera had its synchronization server hacked, leaking the passwords of 2 …

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First Go Lesson: Variable declaration and passing by reference

I beginning my journey with Go by taking the Go Fundamentals Pluralsight course. It’s great so far. I would love to share some interesting stuff I see about the Go language. Also, it helps me not to forget the nuances of the language and reassures me that I understand how things work. Variable declaration Declaring …

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