Today we will discuss file upload vulnerabilities; a topic that is widely underestimated by developers. First, we will imagine a website in which it is possible to upload images with the format .jpg, .png, .gif and so on. If an application does not have proper form validation for file uploads, an attacker is able to gain control over the system. This is especially true for file extensions like .php and .asp, since these are automatically interpreted by webservers. I’ll elaborate on how this works, and on which defense strategy will be effective depending on each specific case.
Author: Thomas Derleth
Jenkbird – Quality & Testing – Part 4
Love and testing can be cruel.
– Bert on the difficulties in life
Quality and Testing – one of the most discussed and valuable topics software engineering has to offer. This blog post will cover all the relevant stuff related to quality and testing in regard to Continuous Integration and Jenkins. We will show you in detail, how you can automate your testing with Jenkins to ensure best possible software quality.
Jenkbird – Building jobs with Jenkins and Github – Part 3
Me want Deployment Pipeline.
– Cookie Monster
In this blog post we will show you, how to set up your first job using Jenkins CI and Github. We will guide you through every single step of the process – including all rookie mistakes we made. Without further ado, let’s begin.
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