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Catch the .NET Conf: Latest Updates and Tips

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The .NET Conference is right around the corner. Make sure to mark your calendar because this virtual three-day developer event is not one you will want to miss. Included will be a wide variety of live sessions for beginners to advanced developers to attend.

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An Easier, Better Way to Use Dotfuscator

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The release of Dotfuscator v4.37 yesterday marks the first big step toward a major goal: to modernize our Visual Studio integration. This release is numbered as a “minor” release – because, as always, we work hard to not make breaking changes – but its significance is actually very major.

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Want real app security? Ditch your legacy code.

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First, thanks to PreEmptive for inviting me to do a guest post.

Since you’re reading this on preemptive.com, you are already aware and probably concerned with the importance of planning for security in application development. And in this guest blog post, I want to address specifically the security vulnerabilities that legacy applications present to your entire organization.

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Source Code, Please? Don’t Hand Hackers Your Vulnerabilities on a Silver Platter

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Applications are under siege. As demonstrated by the recent Equifax breach and many others, hackers leveraged everything from compromised mobile apps to cloud-based vulnerabilities. The result? Enterprise IT teams are recognizing that they’re being targeted – particularly their critical apps.

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Dotfuscator Professional 4.31 is Available Now

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We have just released Dotfuscator Professional 4.31 and it’s available for immediate download (both for clients and as a free evaluation).

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Another Application Vulnerability for Which There is No Fix

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Garbage in, garbage out is shorthand for “incorrect or poor quality data will always produce faulty results.”

The “garbage data” vulnerability is especially gnarly in that there is actually no fix – no cure.

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Keeping Secrets: The Evolving Expectation of App Defense

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Applications drive corporate success. As noted by Business 2 Community, the average American smartphone owner uses more than 10 apps per day and spends over three hours per day connected to the Internet via their mobile device.

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The Six Degrees of Application Risk

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Cyber-attacks, evolving privacy and intellectual property legislation, and ever-increasing regulatory obligations are now simply “the new normal” – and the implications for development organizations are unavoidable; application risk management principles must be incorporated into every phase of the development lifecycle.

Organizations want to work smart – not be naïve – or paranoid. Application risk management is about getting this balance right. How much security is enough? Are you even protecting the right things?

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PreEmptive Thoughts from Build 2017

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Like so many of us returning from Build 2017, we at PreEmptive are feeling both energized and highly motivated. Energized because of the truly impressive innovation coming out of both Microsoft and our larger ecosystem – and motivated because we can all see the expanding concern around application risk management and data security in this rapidly evolving world – and of course, that is where PreEmptive Solutions comes in.

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Like magicians, hackers do not reveal their tricks – but we will

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According to NIST’s National Vulnerability Database, six vulnerability categories have grown from 68% to over 84% of the total number of reported vulnerabilities in just the past four years.