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My application is secure, really?

Submitted by Niraj Chauhan (@nchauhan) on Monday, 16 July 2018

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Technical level

Intermediate

Section

Crisp talk

Status

Submitted

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Abstract

It’s very important to make an application secure, but the question is, how?

Securing an application is not a piece of cake, one fine morning you wake up and find out that you are not able to access your own application because someone hacked into it. Securing it in a right way is the first step. A secured server doesn’t guarantee applications security. Even without hacking a server, websites are getting hacked. Hacking can be done to an entire website or an account within the website.

This talk is more focused on those vulnerable areas which are mostly ignored/curtained by the developers. Through these areas, hacker enters to the application and starts doing some bad stuff. In this talk, I’ll be sharing my own experience & rules which I generally follow while building any application.

Outline

  • Security by examples
  • Hackers sweet spots
  • How to secure it

Speaker bio

Niraj Chauhan is a fullstack developer at Equal Experts working with different technologies.

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