Strategies to writing super fast Python
In this article, we look at different ways to improve the performance of Python which is an interpreted language.
Automation rule policies, Artifacts redesign, improved detection and much more.
An overview of all the new features of the Ostorlab platform and its detection capabilities.
GodFather Android Malware Analysis
In This article, we analyze the GodFather Android malware, which continues to appear in various formats and primarily targets banking and cryptocurrency applications to steal money and sensitive information for the users.
Ostorlab Achieves SOC2 Type 2 Certification for Commitment to Security and Data Protection
Ostorlab has successfully completed its SOC2 Type 2 audit, demonstrating its commitment to security and data protection.
Fix it! at Ostorlab
Ostorlab's Fix it! practice is one of our most successful engineering practices helping us eradicate bugs and kill technical debt.
Where are all these 3rd party SDKs sending my users' data? 😨
Ostorlab’s new features are laser-focused on helping teams understand, track and search their attack surface, what attackers are seeing and targetting, and basically what can get an organization hacked.
Ostorlab, top 10 vulnerability management innovators of 2023 by GRC Viewpoint
Ostorlab has been selected as one of the top 10 vulnerability management innovators of 2023 by GRC Viewpoint.
2022 at Ostorlab
2022 is a year that brings with it many global challenges, including war, economic uncertainty, and rising inflation in many parts of the world. Despite these challenges, we at Ostorlab are grateful to have had an incredibly successful year.
Build you CI/CD pipeline for Mobile Applications with Jenkins, Github Actions and Azure Devops
This article will cover the main challenges when implementing a CI/CD pipeline for mobile applications. We will also provide examples of how you can implement a CI/CD pipeline for Android and iOS applications in the most used Mobile CI/CD tools.
Text4Shell (CVE-2022-42889) in Mobile Applications ... should I worry?
CVE-2022-42889 is a vulnerability in the Apache Commons Text Library caused by string interpolation abusing powerful handlers and present in popular application like Amazon Shopping, Udemy and Grammarly. This article goes over the applicability and risk of this vulnerability for Mobile Applications.
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