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Make Your JavaScript Application Self-Defensive Against Attacks

  • JavaScript is the most commonly used programming language on Earth, and developers used to rely on it for basic functions, but today, more and more companies are using it to deploy core services and functionalities, leaving them vulnerable and defenseless on the client-side.
  • Don’t miss the chance to join our first webinar and watch Jscrambler’s CTO, Pedro Fortuna, talking about the importance of protecting your JavaScript Applications, and how that can be achieved.
  • Beyond his work at Jscrambler, Pedro is a seasoned AppSec specialist, multiple-time speaker (OWASP AppSec California and USA, Finovate, Bsides, Fullstack, etc) and author of several patents in application security.
  • Synopsis: JavaScript Web Applications are being used by virtually all tech companies in the world today, from startups to Fortune 500 organizations.
  • In this talk we will discuss what is the current state of the art regarding the integrity of Web Applications on the client-side, show some attack scenarios.

JavaScript is the most commonly used programming language on Earth, and developers used to rely on it for basic functions, but today, more and more companies are using it to deploy core services an…

JavaScript is the most commonly used programming language on Earth, and developers used to rely on it for basic functions, but today, more and more companies are using it to deploy core services and functionalities, leaving them vulnerable and defenseless on the client-side. But do they have to be?

Don’t miss the chance to join our first webinar and watch Jscrambler’s CTO, Pedro Fortuna, talking about the importance of protecting your JavaScript Applications, and how that can be achieved. Beyond his work at Jscrambler, Pedro is a seasoned AppSec specialist, multiple-time speaker (OWASP AppSec California and USA, Finovate, Bsides, Fullstack, etc) and author of several patents in application security.

Synopsis: JavaScript Web Applications are being used by virtually all tech companies in the world today, from startups to Fortune 500 organizations. Increasing amounts of logic are being shipped to the browser because of this. There is a need to interact with critical data such as user credentials, personally identifiable information, credit card numbers, etc – in other words, very sensitive information. Because JavaScript is highly dynamic, it’s very easy to interfere with the apps behavior and its execution environment, thus there are risks that need to be addressed. In this talk we will discuss what is the current state of the art regarding the integrity of Web Applications on the client-side, show some attack scenarios. and how to avoid them.

In the meantime, protect your app…

Make Your JavaScript Application Self-Defensive Against Attacks