Not every security incident needs to be resolved immediately. Sometimes, a security issue may need no solution at all. How do you determine which is which?
The era of the cloud-native application is upon us, and we need AppSec testing solutions that will fix the blind spots of legacy solutions.
Oxeye unveiled the first 2022 open-source initiative with the introduction of Ox4Shell.
Oxeye unveiled an open-source initiative with the introduction of Ox4Shell.
Ox4Shell exposes hidden payloads that are actively being used to confuse security protection tools and security teams.
Oxeye today announced an open source deobfuscation tool, dubbed Ox4Shell, that makes it simpler for cybersecurity teams to uncover hidden payloads that attempt to exploit Log4Shell vulnerabilities.
CNAST, the app security testing platform lands from Oxeye. The platform helps identify vulnerabilities, highlight critical issues, and deliver guidance for remediation.
The new platform identifies code vulnerabilities, open-source vulnerabilities, and secrets to highlight the most critical issues in the software development lifecycle.
Oxeye research operations has identified an exploit while trying to create an access path using Jaegar, an open-source software for tracing transactions between distributed services.
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