All posts in Security

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    Me and the Hacker Noon

    November 25, 2021

    My Hacker Noon journey started, I believe, a year ago when I became a shareholder in my effort to support free media initiatives. Last month I decided to write for them about privacy and threat modeling. Two topics I care about. If you are interested in following me there here is my profile.

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    Doing Threat Modeling properly will help your teams to create a bit more secure products.

    September 8, 2021

    I created something beautiful, and I want to give the knowledge to you. How did it start? While analyzing the SDLC in a company I worked for, I realized a few dangerous gaps in our threat modeling process. I also talked with my network of professionals in other companies and understood that they have the

  • The future of passwords is bright

    March 19, 2021

    I see the future. I see it so clear to see one message you will receive a few years from now. “Dear Customer,  The BlahBlah monitoring system has noticed suspicious attempts to log in to multiple users’ accounts (an AI brute-force technique). Your account has been recognized with potentially weak security settings. Therefore, to prevent

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    Threat modeling framework under Creative Commons license.

    February 15, 2021

    I am so happy that Citrix allowed me to release under Creative Commons license the threat modeling framework I developed in the last four months. What was the challenge? Doing threat modeling is one of the main requirements for almost any Agile organization. Most of the teams are doing it wrong, and as an award,

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    Steganography API at your service.

    January 26, 2021

    Steganography is the art and science of embedding secret messages in a cover message so that no one, apart from the sender and intended recipient, suspects the existence of the message.  The most common example is to hide a message in an image file without compromising how the image looks. The majority of the people